English version

critically ill/injured

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcritically ill/injuredcritically ill/injuredSERIOUS SITUATIONso ill or so badly injured that you might diefatally Ten people died and thirty were critically injured in a rail crash yesterday. She is still critically ill in hospital. critically
Examples from the Corpus
critically ill/injuredIn April 1946, Moritz was critically ill.A businessman walking to his car was struck by lightning and critically injured as co-workers watched in awe.Last night Suzanne was critically ill in intensive care at Withington Hospital.The abilities of staff and availability of facilities to care for critically ill patients vary in all areas of health care.If the infant is critically ill, we talk with them at least twice a day.He was taken to hospital critically ill with severe head injuries - leaving girlfriend Donna Lorenz, 23, speechless.
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