Spanish translation of 'life-threatening'
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Anne's own insides quivered at the news, at the thought of something terrible and life-threatening growing inside of her.THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
I picked it up, thinking how something so seemingly insignificant had turned into life-threatening danger.SUMMER OF SECRETS (2002)
I was interested now I realized her brainwave didn't involve me in anything illegal or life-threatening.KICK BACK (2002)
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British English: life-threatening ADJECTIVE
If someone has a life-threatening illness or is in a life-threatening situation, there is a strong possibility that the illness or the situation will kill them.
She was born with a life-threatening heart abnormality.
Translation of life-threatening from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary