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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
exp.
to be beyond recovery
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'desahuciado' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
el médico lo ha desahuciado
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los médicos lo habían desahuciado
"desahuciado": examples and translations in context
Voy a salir al pasillo y ver si hay alguien desahuciado. I'm gonna go out in the hallway and see if we're getting evicted.
Se que parece precipitado, pero han desahuciado a Jeriba. I know it seems rushed, but Jeriba got evicted.
Bueno, la mala noticia es que sigues tan desahuciado como siempre. The bad news is you're still as burned as ever.
Pero siguen sin ser sitios en los que un espía desahuciado pueda entrar dando un paseo. Still, they're not places you just want to walk into casually as a burned spy.
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
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