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Pronunciation of Mortals: Learn how to pronounce Mortals in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word mortal:

adjective
1(of a living human being, often in contrast to a divine being) subject to death:
all men are mortal
relating to humans as subject to death:
the coffin held the mortal remains of her uncle
2causing or liable to cause death; fatal:
a mortal disease
figurative
the scandal appeared to have struck a mortal blow to the government
(of a battle) fought to the death:
the screams of men in mortal combat
(of an enemy or a state of hostility) admitting or allowing no reconciliation until death:
a mortal foe
(of a feeling, especially fear) very intense:
parents live in mortal fear of children’s diseases
3 informal conceivable or imaginable:
he knew every mortal thing you did
very great:
he was in a mortal hurry
dated long and tedious:
for three mortal days it rained
4 Christian Theology denoting a grave sin that is regarded as depriving the soul of divine grace: Often contrasted with venial.
she had committed a mortal sin
noun
a human being subject to death, as opposed to a divine being:
capacities only possible of God rather than mortals
humorous a person contrasted with others regarded as being of higher status or ability:
an ambassador had to live in a style which was not expected of lesser mortals
Origin:
late Middle English: from Old French, or from Latin mortalis, from mors, mort- ‘death’