Definition of doomed in English:

doomed

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Pronunciation: /duːmd
 
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adjective

Likely to have an unfortunate and inescapable outcome; ill-fated: the moving story of their doomed love affair
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  • Any attempt to reverse or even to stop a trend is doomed to failure.
  • Whatever the merits of the argument, the scene was doomed.
  • Without any of the qualities, the relationship is doomed to failure.

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