Translation of ill-fated in Spanish:


infortunado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɪl ˈˌfeɪdɪd//ˌɪlˈfeɪtɪd/


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    malhadado literary
    • He said the four doors of the ill-fated coach were bolted though he could not say whether they were closed from inside or outside.
    • Then there are those who lost large amounts of money investing in ill-fated dot-com floats three years ago.
    • In 1956 he moved to South Africa to what was to be an ill-fated attempt at studying medicine in Cape Town.
    • And his story of this ill-fated expedition in search of the inland sea is called Bright Planet.
    • Their original plan had been to emigrate to Lyme Regis, but an ill-fated pregnancy and the First World War intervened.
    • Several of his films were shot in the US, including the ill-fated Hammett and the acclaimed Paris, Texas.
    • Was it an ill-fated adventure from the start, or has Scotland's summer tour of New Zealand actually been a roaring success?
    • Ten days later the ill-fated invasion took place at the Bay of Pigs and Tad's byline was on the front page.
    • The Studio will be transformed into one of Harrogate's spookiest venues for the true story of an ill-fated Victorian family.
    • After a ten-hour coach trip, they found accommodation, dropped off their bags and began to relax on the ill-fated beach.
    • The venture is an update of an earlier ill-fated Take Back scheme which collected just 50,000 old mobiles last year.
    • Yes, that ill-fated Monday morning came to pass with many a tired groan.
    • As recovery teams search for parts of the ill-fated plane, families of the victims grieved.
    • The council managed funds for the ill-fated Beagle 2 mission to Mars.
    • BT was carrying billions of pounds of debt from a number of ill-fated overseas ventures at the time, and was in dire need of treatment.
    • As his life bounces from Brenda to Brenda in a series of ill-fated relationships, he shows no sign of learning anything from any of them.
    • He was responsible for the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign of 1915 which had features similar to the present day.
    • Capt Oates was part of the ill-fated Antarctic expedition with Captain Scott in 1910.
    • Meanwhile, his ill-fated final voyage was a sign that England was not yet ready for the big leagues.
    • After the ill-fated attempt to drag it to Stonehenge, the notorious bluestone has finally reached its new home on the back of a lorry.