Traducción de luckless en Español:


desafortunado, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈlʌkləs//ˈləkləs/


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    • But few policyholders will find themselves in the perilous state shared by her luckless investors.
    • He has since suffered a luckless defeat at Newcastle, meeting trouble in running and being denied a clear run until it was too late to finish any closer than fifth in a big field.
    • He was living in New York by that stage, opening one luckless restaurant after another and putting on weight, but still attracting young women.
    • In the end a battling and luckless second half by the Kildare lads was not enough to atone for their first half defensive lapses and the champions held out for a hard earned victory.
    • Bernie is the quintessential ironic protagonist, the luckless man.
    • On luckless occasions my protestations that dancing might aggravate an old shrapnel wound have been overruled, and I have been dragged out onto the dance floor.
    • As you leave the wreck, look out for squid hovering on the edge of your boat's pool of light, waiting for luckless fish who are also attracted by the glare.
    • St John's continued their good form in Men's Three with a 6-3 away win over luckless Terry's.
    • It's mind-boggling to think that, a mere four years before, Hendrix had been a luckless session player.
    • If you get some chain letter that's threatening to leave you hairless or luckless for the rest of your life, delete it!
    • Stirling County will remember their last match of this season after scoring seven touchdowns in their relegation consigning job on luckless Peebles.
    • Before that I'd been living directly opposite, in a luckless bivouac best forgotten, sharing with two couples.
    • As the sun beat down on Sicily last summer, there was the traditional water shortage and the luckless residents of Palermo knew who to blame.
    • She remains, as she always has been, a pleasant, thoughtful young woman, but the luckless Schnyder found her in mean mood.
    • Just a few metres away from where most of the crashes have happened is a deep, open drain, certain to present a luckless driver with anything but a soft landing.
    • As the train stayed stubbornly put, she began mentally to sketch out a story about a luckless orphan who became a wizarding hero.
    • But in a new twist a witness has come forward and identified the van in which the kidnappers were driving when they nabbed the luckless straw man.
    • A freak goal 10 minutes from time consigned luckless Lancaster City to a sixth successive league defeat at Giant Axe on Saturday.
    • The latest injury to the luckless Henderson is a huge blow for the player.
    • Poetry, being one of those luckless art forms whose practitioners remain in constant danger of outnumbering their audience, is rarely news.