1(site of disaster)zona siniestrada femininezona de desastre feminineto be declared a disaster area — ser declarado zona de desastre
- Again, I don't think it was necessary for him to drop everything and fly personally down to the disaster area.
- The bottom-line is that improvements in and around the disaster area, particularly public amenities, should be restored as soon as possible.
- At major airports a multi agency response was put in place for people returning from the disaster area.
- The area was declared a national disaster area, which released state funds.
- Simply, the Guard has old, beat-up equipment, and this seriously impedes the Guard's ability to accomplish its mission - whether on the battlefield or in a disaster area.
2informal, humorousdesastre masculine informal humorousmy room is a real disaster area — mi habitación está hecha un desastre informal
- he's a walking disaster area — es un verdadero desastre
- After hanging up the phone, Lizzie wandered back up to her room, thinking about whether she should finally tackle the disaster area formerly known as her closet.
- His room was a disaster area filled with hard rock posters, the biggest hidden stash of porn I've ever seen, and undecipherable floor stains.
- Every time he opened his eyes slightly, he saw the utter disaster area his room had become.
- So far, I've noticed that I have terrible posture, a horrible extra chin, and a room that is a disaster area.
- The situation in south Florida, ‘a drug disaster area,’ was out of control and about to get even worse.