Answer: inochi ni kakawaru (命にかかわる)
Word Origin late Middle English (in the senses 'destined by fate' and 'ominous'): from Old French or from Latin fatalis from fatum (see fate).
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Fatal definition is - causing death. How to use fatal in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of fatal .
The meanings of lethal and fatal largely overlap; however lethal applies to something that is bound to cause death or exists for the destruction of life.
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Fatal literally means deadly—capable of causing death. Similar words are deadly lethal and mortal—though they are often used in different ways.
Define fatal . fatal synonyms fatal pronunciation fatal translation English dictionary definition of fatal . adj. 1. Causing or capable of...