terminaladjective

  • ja(病気、患者が)末期の
  • en(of an illness or a disease) that cannot be cured and will lead to death, often slowly

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Wade Wilson is a mercenary, who comes down with terminal cancer.
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He's experimented on and tortured.
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And he's infused with the same healing factor that's infused within Wolverine.
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It renders him basically invulnerable to death.
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In season 7, Betty is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
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"I always knew that Betty would die, would contract lung cancer."
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It's a big moment.
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Basically, he finds out that he doesn't have a terminal illness.
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It's not colon cancer, John.
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You have an ulcer and it's ruptured.
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The story follows 13-year-old Conor O'Malley, a boy who faces one of life's most difficult developments,
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as his mother begins to fade from a terminal illness.

Other meanings for terminal...

terminalnoun

  • ja終着駅、終点
  • ena place or building where journeys by train, bus, boat, or airplanes begin or end
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Forest Service lease has been secured.
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FAA has approved both the airport and runway plans.
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The airlines have agreed to finance the build of their respective terminals.
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Our leases with the retail vendors are in place,
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which allows us to fund the airport build without using state funds,
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which negates your requirement to place the bond on the ballot
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because we don't need the bond.
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I know restaurants in certain airports
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that I will go earlier to the airport 'cause I really wanna eat there.
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Like, in Dallas, there's this barbeque place in Terminal D, the American terminal.
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In San Antonio, there's a Mexican restaurant where the United Airlines are ⁠—
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I'm really ⁠— I love airports.
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- She came up for my birthday
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and I told her I was like,
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"Hey right when I see you I'm gonna kiss you.
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"There's gonna be no words."
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And so she started walking out of the terminal
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and I jumped out of the car and just planted it on her.
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When I came back,
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April was able to surprise me at the terminal.
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I didn't know she can go in to the terminal.
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And she showed up with,
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with Celine.
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With a sign that says, "We're taking
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my daddy home after 210 days!"