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su·i·cid·al

 (so͞o′ĭ-sīd′l)
adj.
1.
a. Considering or desiring to commit suicide.
b. Relating to suicide: a suicidal impulse.
2. Dangerous to oneself or to one's interests; self-destructive or ruinous: a suicidal refusal to apply for the job.

su′i·cid′al·ly adv.

suicidal

(ˌsuːɪˈsaɪdəl; ˌsjuː-)
adj
1. (Psychology) involving, indicating, or tending towards suicide
2. (Psychology) liable to result in suicide: a suicidal attempt.
3. liable to destroy one's own interests or prospects; dangerously rash
ˌsuiˈcidally adv

su•i•cid•al

(ˌsu əˈsaɪd l)

adj.
1. pertaining to, involving, or suggesting suicide.
2. tending or leading to suicide.
3. foolishly or rashly dangerous.
[1770–80]
su`i•cid′al•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.suicidal - dangerous to yourself or your interests; "suicidal impulses"; "a suicidal corporate takeover strategy"; "a kamikaze pilot"
dangerous, unsafe - involving or causing danger or risk; liable to hurt or harm; "a dangerous criminal"; "a dangerous bridge"; "unemployment reached dangerous proportions"
Translations
إنْتِحاريخَطِر جِدا
sebevražedný
livsfarlig
itsetuhoinentyhmänrohkea
suicidalan
öngyilkossággal felérőöngyilkosságra hajlamos
lífshættulegursjálfsmorîs-
samovražedný
çok tehlikeliintihar eğiliminde

suicidal

[ˌsʊɪˈsaɪdl] ADJ
1. (= depressed) [feeling, tendency] → suicida
suicidal prisonersprisioneros suicidas
to be suicidalestar al borde del suicidio
he has often felt suicidala menudo ha tenido ganas de suicidarse
2. (fig) such a policy is suicidaluna política semejante es suicida
an act of suicidal braveryun acto de valentía suicida
it would be suicidal to do thatsería suicida hacer eso

suicidal

[ˌsuːɪˈsaɪdəl] adjsuicidaire
to be suicidal → être suicidaire
to feel suicidal → avoir des envies de suicide

suicidal

adjselbstmörderisch; she was suicidalsie war selbstmordgefährdet; to have suicidal tendencieszum Selbstmord neigen; I feel suicidal this morningich möchte heute Morgen am liebsten sterben; it would be suicidal (for them) to do that (fig)es wäre glatter Selbstmord (für sie), das zu tun

suicidal

[ˌsʊɪˈsaɪdl] adjsuicida (fig) → fatale, disastroso/a

suicide

(ˈsuːisaid) noun
1. the/an act of killing oneself deliberately. She committed suicide; an increasing number of suicides.
2. a person who kills himself deliberately.
ˌsuiˈcidal adjective
1. inclined to suicide. She sometimes feels suicidal.
2. extremely dangerous, or likely to lead to death or disaster. He was driving at a suicidal speed.
ˌsuiˈcidally adverb

suicidal

a. suicida, rel. al suicidio o con tendencia al mismo.

suicidal

adj suicida, con tendencias suicidas, que piensa en suicidarse
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