1. to die
But no one has to die this time.
English word "morire"(to die) occurs in sets:500 most important Italian verbs 51 - 75
She is dead.
It is better to be a coward for five minutes than dead for the rest of your life.
Last night I was dead drunk and fell asleep without having a bath.
The secret to productivity in so many fields -- and in origami -- is letting dead people do your work for you.
Life is but a flash of lightning and beauty lasts only a day! Think of the skulls of the dead that all are alike.
Imogen of the Internet cannot look at a cat, even a dead one, without coming up with a blood-curdlingly saccharine, egregiously misspelled caption in 60-point white Impact.
Cut down that dead tree, or it will fall down on your house.
There were so few proper members in the badminton club that it was half-way between dead and 'on break'.
That shan't happen again, Fortunatus said to himself, and they started to ride at each other again. This time, Fortunatus's spear met his foe so powerfully that he flew from his horse like a ball and lay dead on the earth.
Ah, this is my idiot son Takashi "Eh-er, yes. (The late) Takashi, right?" "Fuusy, he isn't dead yet! Probably."
A dead deer being pecked by vultures, remains partly eaten by other animals, that sort of rotten meat is called 'carrion'.
Death is one of two things. Either it is annihilation, and the dead have no consciousness of anything; or, as we are told, it is really a change: a migration of the soul from this place to another.
You can't seriously expect that they won't recognize you in that disguise. That lopsided, dime store moustache is a dead giveaway!
Shelley was a young fool; so are these cocksparrow revolutionaries. But it is better to be a fool than to be dead.