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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcomatoseco‧ma‧tose /ˈkəʊmətəʊs $ ˈkoʊmətoʊs/ adjective  1 technicalUNCONSCIOUS in a coma2 not moving because of being drunk or very tired
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comatoseHe is barely alive; his breathing is very slow and shallow, and he is comatose.Next morning he was found comatose and taken to hospital.We just sat comatose in front of the TV.They are using a type of magnetic resonance imaging to demonstrate consciousness in comatose patients.Since then, there has been a running drug scare, complete with pics of comatose teens and tales of deathbed agonies.
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