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desolador
also: feminine: desoladora

Translation of desolador in English:

adjetivo

  • 2 (triste, penoso) See examples: ante este panorama desolador
    faced with this bleak prospect
    todos se conmovieron ante ese espectáculo desolador
    everybody was moved by that heartrending sight
    la noticia desoladora de la muerte de su padre
    the heartbreaking o desvastating news of his father's death

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