Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Mortal"

The meaning of "Mortal" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does mortals (as in some fantasy stories, used as a callname for humans) mean?
A: A mortal is something that doesnt live forever
Q: What does my mortal frame mean?
A: It is used like that here. It is not very common.
Q: What does "freed from this mortal coil" mean?
A: Reading Shakespeare? It is poetry. This mortal coil means the body. Life and its difficulties.
Q: What does mortal mean?
A: Something that dies

Example sentences using "Mortal"

Q: Please show me example sentences with fatal, mortal.
A: my wounds are fatal.
you are my mortal enemy.
Q: Please show me example sentences with mortal / morale / moral.
A: I am mortal so i can die
Q: Please show me example sentences with mortal .
A: @veraxu: 讓我想想看

"What does a mere mortal like you think you can do?"

"You are a spiritual being living a brief, mortal existence."

"Don't use your magic to interfere with the mortal world."

"The mortal and immortal realms are two very different things."

"He was too reckless a person and ended up putting his friend's life in mortal danger."

Synonyms of "Mortal" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between mortal and lethal ?
A: A person is mortal, they will not live forever. A gun or knife is lethal. They have the ability to kill easily.
Q: What is the difference between mortal and fatal ?
A: Mortal as an adjective means can die/will die
Ex: “all living things are mortal.”
Mortal as a noun is typically a synonym for human (but only in movies and stuff)

Fatal as an adjective means causing death
Ex: “the car accident was fatal.”
Q: What is the difference between mortal and deadly ?
A: mortal means someone or someone living
deadly means which js dangerous and can cause death

Translations of "Mortal"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you are mortal 은 무슨 뜻이죠
A: It means you are human and you will die one day.
당신은 인간이고 언젠가는 죽을 것이다.

Other questions about "Mortal"

Q: he was born a mere mortal.
This original sentence is "he was born being a mere mortal." right??

being is deleted right??
A: No, the sentence is correct. Sometimes certain words are omitted in this case, "being" can be considered as being skipped/deleted. But the sentence "he was born a mere mortal" means that he was born as a mortal (person who has to die someday) only (mere) so we can't use "being" here
Q: I would rather live mortal because I can’t wrap my mind around to see people who I loved are dying and only me left alone.

I trying to practice using “mortal” does this sound natural?
A: I would rather be mortal because I can’t wrap my mind around seeing people who I love die and leaving me alone.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce The mortal realm.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: When you say "Let's get mortal!" in a club, does it mean like "Let's get extremely drunk"? Is it British English?
A: This is a very informal phrase predominantly used in the North East of England, generally Newcastle.

You're right in thinking that it means "let's get extremely drunk". It isn't used much outside of the North East. A more common informal phrase for this might be something like "let's get hammered" or "let's get wasted" or "let's get pissed"
Q: "simple mortal" ( referring to a person with nothing spectacular in their life) or is another "idioms" to call this??? does this sound natural?

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