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desahuciado

  
      adj  
[caso]  
hopeless  
estar desahuciado      to be beyond recovery, be hopelessly ill  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
estar desahuciado v.
be hopelessly ill; be beyond recovery

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'desahuciado' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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el médico lo ha desahuciado
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los médicos lo habían desahuciado
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"desahuciado": examples and translations in context
Escribiendo sobre un padre de Brooklyn que perdió su trabajo y fue desahuciado. Writing about a father in Brooklyn who lost his job and got evicted.
He sido desahuciado de mi apartamento. I've been evicted from my place.
Porque si entro en ella, seré un desahuciado. Because if I ever got into it, I'd be a goner.
Pensé que yo era un desahuciado. I thought I was a goner.
Sabía que era un caso desahuciado. I knew the case was hopeless.
Hablando de Carlos, escuché que ha sido desahuciado. Speaking of Carlos, I hear he got evicted.
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