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   adj   (=governed by fate)  
[person, project, friendship etc]  
to be fated to do sth      estar predestinado a hacer algo  
it was fated that ...      era inevitable que ...  

ill-fated      adj  
funesto, nefasto  
[expedition, journey, attempt]  
desafortunado, malhadado liter  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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fate, fathead, fixated, fat

it was fated that ... exp.
era inevitable que ...

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
estar predestinado a hacer algo
'fated' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
I am fated not to find it
the doomed {o} fated vessel
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"fated": examples and translations in context
Initially, it seemed as though Galileo's launch was fated to be delayed. Inicialmente, parecía como si el lanzamiento del Galileo estuviera destinado a ser retrasado.
Ted is fated to go there first. Ted está destinado a llegar allí primero.
It is a much more fated kind of astrology. Es un tipo más predestinado de astrología.
Always fated to be a wanderer, P.B. continued to travel. Siempre predestinado a ser un viajero, P.B. Continuó viajando.
We are confident that Armenia's destructive political agenda is fated never to be realized. Tenemos la seguridad de que el programa político destructivo de Armenia está condenado al fracaso.
A man just like you, fated to being imprisoned. Un hombre como tú, condenado a ser encarcelado.
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