fataladjective

  • ja命に関わる、致命的な、命取りになる
  • encausing disaster, failure, or death

Examples

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Mute
1.
My greased-up head went into the pumpkin no problem, but...
2.
It won't budge.
3.
...I can't get it out.
4.
Try again.
5.
- I mean, I could try destroying the pumpkin. - Jim! Jim, no.
6.
- No, no, no! - But as Jim and I discovered...
7.
No.
8.
...any blow to the pumpkin itself could prove fatal to me.
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Mute
1.
Sir, please, let us admit you so that we can start you on steroids and put you on blood thinners.
2.
Look, because even if you are a little bit wrong, it could be fatal.
3.
You know, I'm still waiting on that albuterol prescription, Doc.
4.
Thank you.
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1:16 / --:--
Mute
1.
Does she know what she is?
2.
No.
3.
That would create a fatal exception error.
4.
Telling an AI it's an AI effectively destroys the program.
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1:53 / --:--
Mute
1.
I think we should consider a hepatic lobectomy and lymph node dissection —
2.
remove the affected area of the liver, all the surrounding tissue, and every swollen node we find.
3.
And that's the aggressive approach.
4.
Longer recovery time, high risk of complications, and...
5.
admittedly, the best shot of beating the cancer.
6.
By complications, you mean a barely functioning liver,
7.
a persistent threat of fatal bleeds, and chronic pain.
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1:25 / --:--
Mute
1.
We are the Black Tusk.
2.
Drop your loot and surrender now.
3.
Resistance is futile... and fatal.