Definición de direful en inglés:

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direful

Pronunciación: /ˈdʌɪəfʊl/
/ˈdʌɪəf(ə)l/

adjetivo

archaic or literary
Extremely bad; dreadful.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Indeed, he is reaching down to that best-known of lieder Schubert published as his Opus 1, and reanimating, in his kaleidoscopic way, the direful night-time gallop of a father and son pursued by a pure demonic force.
  • From classical times, too, we have the phrase ‘deus ex machina’ to describe those dramas in which a hideously direful circumstance is abruptly set to rights through the intercession of some benevolent god or other.
  • The resultant blur is an emblem of the paranoid experience, a concurrence of simultaneous direful events.

Derivados

direfully

adverbio
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Immigration lawyers vary in standard from the very brilliant, to the direfully inadequate, and for those immigration candidates whose English is less than adequate, informing oneself becomes practically impossible.
  • The pupil's words may be right, but the conceptions corresponding to them are often direfully wrong.
  • Opponents of this sea change were aghast and direfully warned that if this were to occur, the sky would fall and civilization as we know it would come to an end.

Origen

Late 16th century: from dire + -ful.

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