desahuciado translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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desahuciado

  
      adj  
[caso]  
hopeless  
estar desahuciado      to be beyond recovery, be hopelessly ill  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
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exp.
be hopelessly ill
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to be beyond recovery
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'desahuciado' also 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
- Hablando de Carlos, escuché que ha sido desahuciado. -Speaking of carlos, I hear he got evicted.
Se que parece precipitado, pero han desahuciado a Jeriba. I know it seems rushed, but Jeriba got evicted.
Por el atuendo, pareces un desahuciado. For the outfit you're a goner.
Discúlpeme. Será un desahuciado antes de abandonar el país. My apologies Yoon will be a goner before he leaves the country
Cuando lleves a un niño con cáncer, debe de parecer desahuciado. When you're looking for a cancer kid, he should be hopeless.
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.
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