|(Greek Mythology) only spot which is vulnerable (taken from the story in which Achilles is dipped in the river), small but fatal weakness||Achilles heel|
|(Virology) type of virus from the retrovirus family which causes progressive and often fatal diseases affecting many organs in humans and animals (the HIV virus is a lentivirus), slow virus||lentivirus|
|annoying, causing or infected with contagious disease, deadly, fatal; contagious, infectious, harmful||pestilent|
|causing death, causing offense, complete, completely, deathly, dull, extremely hostile, fatal, causing death; (Slang) cool; extraordinary; fantastic (as in: "a deadly outfit"), in a deathly manner; extremely, precise||deadly|
|causing serious harm, malicious, malignant; damaging, harmful, injurious; destructive; deadly, fatal||pernicious|
|cockatrice, killing, fatal (glance or look); monstrous, legendary reptile, lizard related to iguana, reptile (snake, or dragon) which is able to kill with by its look or breath (Classical Mythology); large crested reptile of the tropical Americas||basilisk|
|conceivable, continuing until somebody dies, deadly, fatal; pertaining to death; human; liable or subject to death; severe, grave; extreme, great (Slang), eventually dying, human being, person; that which is subject to death, intense, of death, showing...||mortal|
|crushing blow, blow which causes death, killing blow, fatal action or event||deathblow|
|deadliness, quality of being fatal||lethality|
|deadly, fatal, causing death; very harmful, dangerous||lethal|
|deadly, fatal; contagious, infectious||pestilential|
|exhausting, fatal, giving pleasure, intense, murdering, putting to death; exterminating; extremely funny (Slang); extremely tiring (Slang), murdering; putting to death; slaughtering; animal that has been hunted and killed; great success (in the stock m...||killing|
|fatal degenerative disease in New Guinea||kuru|
|fatal disease, fatal disease characterized by infections of the skin lungs and digestive system that is caused by the poisonous bacteria bacillus anthracis (this bacteria is used in biological weapons), skin sore caused by anthrax||anthrax|
|fatal dose, Fidei Defensor, Fire Department||FD; F.D.|
|fatal in between 50 and 100 percent of cases, lethal more than half of time||semilethal|
|fatal infectious disease||yellow fever|
|fatal to pests, destroying pests (such as mice, cockroaches, etc.)||disinfestant|
|fatal to weeds, kills weeds||herbicidal|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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