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ocurrido  

      adj  
1    (=sucedido)  
lo ocurrido      what has/had happened  
2      (Andes)   (=gracioso)   witty, funny
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
lo ocurrido exp.
what has/had happened

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
something terrible has happened
exp.
something terrible has happened
exp.
in view of what has happened
exp.
it had never crossed my mind
exp.
you're responsible for what happened
exp.
the police will conduct a thorough investigation of what happened
exp.
she understood the true significance of what had happened
exp.
Had you been here this would not have happened
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'ocurrido' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
he oído que ha ocurrido una catástrofe
exp.
todo había ocurrido con una rapidez espantosa
exp.
¿como se te ha ocurrido semejante cosa?
exp.
¡piensa en lo que podía haber ocurrido!
exp.
tiene buena intuición para saber lo que ha ocurrido realmente
exp.
lamentó lo ocurrido
exp.
sí, eso se me había ocurrido
exp.
me sentía fatal por lo que había ocurrido
exp.
siento de veras {or} muchísimo lo ocurrido
"ocurrido": examples and translations in context
Eso no ha ocurrido por casualidad. This has not happened by chance.
Algo ha ocurrido con el clima. Something has happened to the climate.
Se me han ocurrido muchas cosas. Several things have occurred to me.
Algo ha ocurrido de altísima gravedad. A matter's occurred of utmost gravity.
Por otra, han ocurrido cosas. On the other, things have happened.
Lamento lo ocurrido, señor Townsend. Sorry this happened, Mr. Townsend.
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