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doomsday
American English: /ˈdumzˌdeɪ/
British English: /ˈduːmzdeɪ/

Translation of doomsday in Spanish:

noun

  • [archaic]
    día (masculine) del Juicio Final
    till doomsday [colloquial]
    hasta el día del juicio final [colloquial]
    (before noun) the doomsday scenario
    lo más terrible que podría suceder
    las circunstancias más catastróficas
    Example sentences
    • But those doomsdays were the product of faith; reason always used to say the world will continue.
    • And if this situation is allowed to continue, it won't be long before the aggressive human species are the only creatures on the planet and surely that will be the doomsday of planet Earth.
    • Global warming, they have been telling us for years, will prove to be man's undoing, man creating his own doomsday.

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