comatose


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co·ma·tose

 (kō′mə-tōs′, kŏm′ə-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or affected with coma; unconscious.
2. Marked by lethargy; torpid.

[Greek kōma, kōmat-, deep sleep + -ose.]

co′ma·tose′ly adv.

comatose

(ˈkəʊməˌtəʊs; -ˌtəʊz)
adj
1. (Pathology) in a state of coma
2. torpid; lethargic
ˈcomaˌtosely adv

com•a•tose

(ˈkɒm əˌtoʊs, ˈkoʊ mə-)

adj.
1. affected with or characterized by coma.
2. lacking vitality or alertness; torpid.
[1745–55; < Greek komat-, s. of kôma coma1 + -ose1]
com′a•tose`ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.comatose - relating to or associated with a coma; "comatose breathing"; "comatose state"
2.comatose - in a state of deep and usually prolonged unconsciousness; unable to respond to external stimuli; "a comatose patient"
unconscious - not conscious; lacking awareness and the capacity for sensory perception as if asleep or dead; "lay unconscious on the floor"

comatose

adjective
1. unconscious, in a coma, out cold, insensible, insensate The right side of my brain had been so severely bruised that I was comatose for a month.
2. inert, stupefied, out cold, somnolent, torpid, insensible, dead to the world (informal), drugged Granpa lies comatose on the sofa.
Translations

comatose

[ˈkəʊmətəʊs] ADJcomatoso

comatose

[ˈkəʊmətəʊz ˈkəʊmətəʊs] adj
(= in a coma) → comateux/euse
(= asleep) → comateux/euse

comatose

adjkomatös

comatose

[ˈkəʊməˌtəʊs] adjcomatoso/a

co·ma·tose

a. comatoso-a;
in a ___ stateen estado de coma.

comatose

adj comatoso, en coma
References in classic literature ?
And I might well have died there, for Nelson and the others, deeming me merely "sleeping off my drunk," had let me lie there in a comatose condition for seventeen hours.
At the time of their arrival her ladyship's condition was comatose, her breathing being highly stertorous.
Then Mrs Bangham, long popular medium of communication with the outer world, began to be infirm, and to be found oftener than usual comatose on pavements, with her basket of purchases spilt, and the change of her clients ninepence short.
In the hours that had passed, the fits of sleep, or the comatose condition that passed for it, had grown more frequent, so that the pauses when conversation was possible were shortened.
And he sat up and saw the comatose trio for himself.
Egypt had gone through its delirium and was now comatose. Spain and Portugal, after a wild frenzy in which the Clericals and the Anarchists had fought most desperately, were now fallen silent.
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The occasion was supposed to be a happy one, but it was inevitable for the guests, composed of sports personalities and media, to touch on Samboy Lim who remains comatose at The Medical City despite efforts to revive him since Nov.
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