Translation of unfortunate in Spanish:
- 1.1 (unlucky) he has been very unfortunatethe unfortunate girl had all her money stolenha tenido muy mala suerteI was unfortunate enough to catch a colda la pobre chica le robaron todo el dineroit was unfortunate that the weather was so badtuve la desgracia or la mala suerte de resfriarmean unfortunate first marriagefue una pena que hiciera tan mal tiempothose unfortunate wretches huddled under bridgesun desdichado or desgraciado primer matrimonioesos pobres desgraciados acurrucados bajo los puentesExample sentences1.2 (unsuitable)
- There are psychos around, like there are anywhere and this poor person was unfortunate enough to be standing in front of a psycho who pushed him under a tube
- The work is spread fairly and in the public interest amongst a wide range of operators to the best requirements of those who are unfortunate enough to be in an accident.
- Like many others, he was unfortunate enough to lose a limb in a shooting accident but is bravely continuing with his chosen career of caring for his beloved hunting hounds.
- ‘It is important to say the Navy regrets this unfortunate incident,’ said a spokesman for the Pacific Fleet.
- Firstly, I regret that this unfortunate incident occurred and reiterate our apology to Mrs Hill's family.
- ‘It's certainly an unfortunate incident that we regret,’ a White House spokesman told a news briefing.
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In some parts of Spain, the name given to a weekly open-air flea market where all kinds of items are sold is a rastro. The name El Rastro as such refers to a very big market of this type held in Madrid at weekends.