1.(figurative;literary)the blow that kills (usually mercifully)
1.the blow that kills (usually mercifully)
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action de tuer (fr)[Classe]
mauvais traitement (fr)[Classe]
(dead; late; disappeared), (die; decease; perish; go; exit; pass away; expire; pass; pass on; depart this life; become extinct; die out; kick the bucket; cash in one's chips; buy the farm; conk; give-up the ghost; drop dead; pop off; choke; croak; snuff it), (be dying; be at death's door; be within an ace of death; be at the point of death; be close to death; be near death; face death; be as good as dead), (soft leather), (death; dying; demise), (life insurance; life assurance), (dying), (last will), (mortal), (deathrate; death rate; mortality; mortality rate; fatality rate; birth rate/death rate)[Thème]
frapper quelqu'un (fr)[Thème]
conclusion, ending, termination[Hyper.]
kill, killing, putting to death[Hyper.]
coup de grace (n.) [figurative , literary]
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A coup de grâce is a finishing blow.
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