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Pronunciación: /duːm/

Traducción de doom en español:

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • 1.1 (fate) (usually passive/normalmente en voz pasiva) condenar the project was doomed from the start el proyecto estaba condenado al fracaso desde el principio
    Example sentences
    • Is the field of canine cognition doomed forever to repeat this seemingly endless dispute?
    • All we all doomed to repeat the same mistakes as our mothers?
    • Otherwise he will be forever doomed to be the victim of his own erudition.
    (doomed past participle of/participio pasado de)
    [man] condenado, sentenciado; [enterprise] condenado al fracaso doomed to die/fail predestinado or condenado a morir/fracasar doomed to oblivion/failure predestinado or condenado al olvido/fracaso
    Example sentences
    • Illicit romance dooms the characters, bringing them closer to death and destruction than ever before and cementing their maturity - or lack thereof - permanently.
    • However, a star does not have to appear doomed for their death to increase or alter their value.
    • But no, releasing this wasp out into the cold would doom it for sure, and I'm feeling too much cabin-fever kinship with her.


uncountable/no numerable

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