Translation of suicidal in Spanish:

suicidal

Pronunciation: /ˌsuːəˈsaɪdl; ˌsuːɪˈsaɪdl; ˌsjuː-/

adj

  • [tendencies/action/risk] suicida; [policy/strategem] suicida I came out of the interview feeling absolutely suicidal salí de la entrevista con el ánimo por los suelos it would be suicidal sería una verdadera locura or un verdadero disparate
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    • There is also the risk of liver tumors, kidney damage, strokes, heart disease, and a change in personality that can lead to violence and suicidal tendencies.
    • Mr. Fitzwilliam said he monitored his wife's mood swings during her treatment on Prozac and believes that it caused suicidal urges which eventually led to her death.
    • It had been claimed that paroxetine could induce agitation and lead to suicidal thoughts.
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    • Ovitz is now a spent force in Hollywood, having travelled from hubris to nemesis in just five years and two suicidal career moves.
    • The fact that a new open source competitor called Wordpress is looking really good has to mean that this is a suicidal marketing move.
    • He got there in the penultimate over from Fleming but two balls later he pushed to David Fulton at mid-off and was run out attempting a suicidal single.

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