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adversity
American English: /ədˈvərsədi/
British English: /ədˈvəːsɪti/

Translation of adversity in Spanish:

noun plural -ties

uncountable and countable
  • in adversity
    en la adversidad
    Example sentences
    • Her brilliance at the keyboard is an inspirational example of how talent can overcome adversity.
    • He has overcome massive adversity throughout the last three-and-a-half years.
    • These would offer hope and understanding at a time when there's so much suffering and adversity in the world.

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