Translation of fatality in Spanish:


muerto, n.

Pronunciation /feɪˈtælədi/ /fəˈtælədi/ /fəˈtalɪti/ /feɪˈtalɪti/

Definition of muerto in Spanish

nounplural fatalities

  • 1

    muerto masculine
    víctima mortal feminine
    there were no fatalities no hubo muertos
    • In contrast, road accident fatalities only occur because of an unexpected event.
    • Future fatalities and accidents can be avoided, so when can the improvement work start?
    • I can barely think of any main road in our city which is not blighted by accidents and fatalities.
    • Many fatalities occurred as a result of mudslides in deforested areas.
    • As this natural weather phenomenon becomes more violent, more and more fatalities will occur.
    • I have been looking at the accident statistics and have found out that many of the fatalities have nothing to do with speed.
    • The hill has been the scene of several serious accidents in recent months, including a number of fatalities.
    • Apart from the two fatalities, there have been two serious injury accidents and four minor collisions.
    • The stretch of road where the accident happened has been the scene of other fatalities over recent years.
    • Still, I have some issues with the way the book glamourises a way of life and a professional culture that led to so many fatalities.
    • Speaking of fatalities caused by friendly fire, she said questions are always raised about how they could be avoided.
    • In contrast, road accident fatalities only occur because of an unexpected event.
    • Nineteen percent of USA road fatalities occur on low-volume roads.
    • He also notes that in the last 10 years, most avalanche fatalities have involved skiers.
    • About three dozen boating fatalities per year involve waterfowl hunters.
    • In the last five years, however, that average has jumped to 28 avalanche fatalities per year.
    • The death is the latest in a string of workplace fatalities in New Zealand.
    • Conversely, only 5 percent of the fatalities resulted from accidents that occurred at cruising altitudes.
    • Machinery is still the main cause of serious injuries and fatalities on farms.
  • 2

    fatalidad feminine
    • They address matters of fate, fatality and finality with yet more weight and wit.
    • There's a certain sense of fatality to it and there's no hope for you.
    • Here-like the other sites-there was a sense of fatality about the redundancies that had occurred.
    • His literary instrument hacks deep into the malignancy eating away at our society, but still the tumour continues to grow, feeding on pessimism, fatality and dark, dark satire.
    • Though this promise reeks of fatality and adolescent naïveté, it also seems more than reasonable considering the realm these young women inhabit.