desgraciado translation | Spanish-English dictionary



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a       adj  
1    [persona]   (=sin suerte)   unlucky  
desgraciado en (sus) amores      unlucky in love  
desgraciado en el juego      unlucky at cards  
fue desgraciado en su matrimonio      he was unhappy in his marriage  
¡desgraciado de ti si lo haces!      you'd better not do it!, it'll be the worse for you if you do!  
2    [vida, existencia]  
¡qué desgraciada existencia la mía!      how wretched I am!  
una vida desgraciada      a wretched life, a life of misery  
3    [accidente, situación]   unfortunate  
una desgraciada elección      an unfortunate choice  
ese día desgraciado      that ill-fated day  
4      (LAm)   (=asqueroso)   lousy *  
b       sm/f  
1    (=infeliz)   poor wretch  
lo tiene aquel desgraciado      that poor wretch has got it  
la hizo una desgraciada      pey   he put her in the family way, he brought shame upon her euf     
2    (=miserable)   swine *  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
desgraciado en el juego exp.
unlucky at cards

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
he was unhappy in his marriage
unlucky in love
he's so unhappy I feel really sorry for him {o} I really pity him
he feels very unhappy inside
it'll be the worse for you if you do!
you'd better not do it!
that ill-fated day
that poor wretch has got it
'desgraciado' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
¡pobre desgraciado!
algún desgraciado
algún desgraciado
sumamente desgraciado
el pobre desgraciado
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"desgraciado": examples and translations in context
- La radiación, un desgraciado accidente... - Radiation - That's an unfortunate dispensation.
Quiero hablar de ese hombre tan desgraciado. I want to talk to you about this unfortunate man.
Habla desgraciado, mientras tengas lengua. Speak up, wretch, while you still have a tongue.
Era un viejo desgraciado con una hija paralítica. He was a poor old wretch with a crippled daughter.
- Como... que jamás volverás a ser desgraciado. - Well, like... you'll never be miserable again.
- Debe de ser muy desgraciado aquí. - He must be miserable in this place.
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