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calamity

noun   /kəˈlæm.ɪ.ti/
a serious accident or bad event causing damage or suffering calamidad A series of calamities ruined them – floods, a failed harvest, and the death of a son.1754
calamitous adjective   /kəˈlæm.ɪ.təs/ calamitously adverb   /-təs.li/
(Definition of calamity from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

calamity

noun /kəˈlӕməti/ ( plural calamities)
a great misfortune calamidad It will be a calamity if he fails his exam.
calamitous adjective
calamitoso a calamitous mistake.
(Definition of calamity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “calamity”
in Vietnamese thiên tai…
in Malaysian malapetaka…
in Thai เหตุการณ์ที่เลวร้าย…
in French calamiteux…
in German das Unheil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 灾难,灾祸…
in Turkish afet, beklenmedik kötü olay…
in Russian бедствие, большое несчастье…
in Indonesian bencana…
in Chinese (Traditional) 災難,災禍…
in Polish klęska, katastrofa…
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