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estar desahuciado      to be beyond recovery, be hopelessly ill  
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estar desahuciado v.
be hopelessly ill; be beyond recovery

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'desahuciado' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
el médico lo ha desahuciado
los médicos lo habían desahuciado
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"desahuciado": examples and translations in context
Se que parece precipitado, pero han desahuciado a Jeriba. I know it seems rushed, but Jeriba got evicted.
Hablando de Carlos, escuché que ha sido desahuciado. Speaking of carlos, I hear he got evicted.
Pensé que estabas desahuciado en Trondheim. I thought you were a goner at Trondheim.
Porque si entro en ella, seré un desahuciado. Because if I ever got into it, I'd be a goner.
Sabía que era un caso desahuciado. I knew the case was hopeless.
Cuando lleves a un niño con cáncer, debe de parecer desahuciado. When you're looking for a cancer kid, he should be hopeless.
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