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ill-starred

adjective [before noun]     /ˌɪlˈstɑːd/ US  /-ˈstɑːrd/ ( also ill-omened) literary
→  ill-fated 命運不好的,倒楣的;(常指)致人送命的 Fate and destiny
Translations of “ill-starred”
in Chinese (Simplified) 命不好的,倒霉的, (常指)致人送命的…
(Definition of ill-starred from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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