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by ill fate

  • 1 por la mala suerte

    = by ill luck, by bad luck, by ill fate
    Ex. As Baudelaire said, 'For if, by ill luck, people understood each other, they would never agree'.
    Ex. It is an old legend that taking lava rocks from Hawaii results in being followed by bad luck.
    Ex. The story revolves around a group of people who were not connected to each other in anyway other than by ill fate.
    * * *
    = by ill luck, by bad luck, by ill fate

    Ex: As Baudelaire said, 'For if, by ill luck, people understood each other, they would never agree'.

    Ex: It is an old legend that taking lava rocks from Hawaii results in being followed by bad luck.
    Ex: The story revolves around a group of people who were not connected to each other in anyway other than by ill fate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por la mala suerte

  • 2 por mala suerte

    = by ill luck, by bad luck, by a stroke of bad luck, by ill fate
    Ex. As Baudelaire said, 'For if, by ill luck, people understood each other, they would never agree'.
    Ex. It is an old legend that taking lava rocks from Hawaii results in being followed by bad luck.
    Ex. However, by a stroke of bad luck, he came face to face with another assassin on his journey to the railway station and was shot dead.
    Ex. The story revolves around a group of people who were not connected to each other in anyway other than by ill fate.
    * * *
    = by ill luck, by bad luck, by a stroke of bad luck, by ill fate

    Ex: As Baudelaire said, 'For if, by ill luck, people understood each other, they would never agree'.

    Ex: It is an old legend that taking lava rocks from Hawaii results in being followed by bad luck.
    Ex: However, by a stroke of bad luck, he came face to face with another assassin on his journey to the railway station and was shot dead.
    Ex: The story revolves around a group of people who were not connected to each other in anyway other than by ill fate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por mala suerte

  • 3 por la mala fortuna

    Ex. The story revolves around a group of people who were not connected to each other in anyway other than by ill fate.
    * * *

    Ex: The story revolves around a group of people who were not connected to each other in anyway other than by ill fate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por la mala fortuna

  • 4 la triste realidad es que

    Ex. The sad fact is that the majority of web pages suffer this same ill fate.
    * * *

    Ex: The sad fact is that the majority of web pages suffer this same ill fate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > la triste realidad es que

  • 5 destino1

    1 = destiny, fate, fortune.
    Ex. In the case of the book, it is the interplay of such multifarious trends that will determine its destiny.
    Ex. The future importance of pre-coordinate indexing depends upon the fate of printed indexes.
    Ex. These institutions have become so intertwined that the fortunes of one are inextricably linked to the fortunes of the other -- for good or for ill.
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    * alcanzar el destino de Uno = reach + Posesivo + destination.
    * destino + depender de = destiny + hang upon.
    * destino de uno = self-destiny.
    * regir el destino = determine + destiny.
    * tener el destino de = suffer + the fate of.
    * tener el mismo destino = suffer + the same fate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > destino1

См. также в других словарях:

  • ill-fat|ed — «IHL FAY tihd», dj. 1. sure to have a bad fate or end: »an ill fated person. 2. bringing bad luck; unlucky: »an ill fated hour …   Useful english dictionary

  • ill-fated — ill′ fat′ed adj. 1) destined to an unhappy fate: an ill fated voyage[/ex] 2) bringing bad fortune • Etymology: 1700–10 …   From formal English to slang

  • ill-fated — [il′fāt′id] adj. 1. having or certain to have an evil fate or unlucky end 2. causing misfortune; unlucky …   English World dictionary

  • ill-fated — /il fay tid/, adj. 1. destined, as though by fate, to an unhappy or unfortunate end: an ill fated voyage. 2. bringing bad fortune. [1700 10] Syn. 1. doomed, hapless, ill starred, jinxed. * * * …   Universalium

  • ill-fated — adjective Date: 1710 1. having or destined to a hapless fate ; unfortunate < an ill fated expedition > 2. that causes or marks the beginning of misfortune …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ill-fated — /ˈɪl feɪtəd / (say il faytuhd) adjective 1. destined to an unhappy fate: an ill fated person. 2. bringing bad fortune …   Australian English dictionary

  • ill-starred — adjective doomed to a bad fate; hapless …   Wiktionary

  • ill-fatedly — adverb In a bad fated, foreordained or predetermined manner; in a way established in advance by bad fate …   Wiktionary

  • fate —   Hopena, hope. Ill fated, kūlana pō ino …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • ill luck — noun an unfortunate state resulting from unfavorable outcomes • Syn: ↑misfortune, ↑bad luck, ↑tough luck • Ant: ↑good luck (for: ↑bad luck), ↑good fortune ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • The Ill-Fated Princess — is a Greek fairy tale collected by Georgios A. Megas in Folktales of Greece . [Georgias A. Megas, Folktales of Greece , p 42, University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London, 1970] It is Aarne Thompson type 938A, Misfortunes in Youth. [Georgias A …   Wikipedia

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