Translation of coincidence in Spanish:


casualidad, n.

Pronunciation: /koʊˈɪnsədəns//kəʊˈɪnsɪd(ə)ns/


  • 1

    (chance happening)
    casualidad feminine
    coincidencia feminine
    what a coincidence! ¡qué casualidad!
    • by coincidence he was there dio la casualidad de que estaba allí
    • it was pure/no coincidence that … fue pura casualidad/no fue casualidad que …
    • His theory explains what appears to be a remarkable coincidence.
    • By coincidence, a few hours earlier one of White's many underworld contacts had phoned offering information.
    • The Pennine Acute Trust said the timing of the letter was a coincidence and not connected to the Observer story.
    • By coincidence, I got there a few minutes before Bob Hager, who had an appointment.
    • By coincidence, the factory closed down in 1912, the year the Titanic went down at sea with such a huge loss of life.
    • We would share stories of mistaken identity, confused publicists and editors, odd coincidences and connections.
    • The win was a remarkable coincidence for Hazel, who worked as a domestic cleaner for one of the Turnbull family more than ten years ago.
    • Identical twins are about to marry a pair of lookalike sisters in a double ceremony next month to cap 25 years of remarkable coincidences.
    • It is a remarkable coincidence that the elections were held on the eleventh anniversary of these dramatic events.
    • ‘It is hard to believe that so many events and coincidences occurred in just 12 months,’ he writes.
    • Especially toward the end, these coincidences and connections between the characters become almost comical.
    • By coincidence I was trailing two unsuspecting girls also apparently going to the show.
    • By coincidence, my friend Nat Gertler was at the same performance last night of The Producers.
    • By one of the most remarkable coincidences in all sport, that very same year saw the publication for the first time of the laws of cricket.
    • We can even make sense of such a coincidence in the case of events such as battles and headaches.
    • By coincidence, both of October's plays were other people's ideas.
    • In a remarkable coincidence, the front of his home was demolished in a freak car accident for the second time - by the same man.
    • It beggars belief to think that these concurrent developments are mere coincidences.
    • By coincidence, he lived in my same building where I had just bought an apartment but I still hadn't moved in yet.
    • And the bizarre events and coincidences pile up more and more as the story proceeds.
  • 2

    • 2.1(occurrence together)

      coincidencia feminine
      • There is little coincidence of interest between the consumer and a state-owned utility.
      • This surprising degree of coincidence of territory and national identity has been achieved in two ways.
      • For most of the time, this coincidence of interest was recognized.
      • Several coincidences between genes encoding for enzymes of N metabolism and QTLs for the traits studied were observed.

    • 2.2(agreement)

      coincidencia feminine