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Translation of "desolate" - English-Spanish dictionary

desolate

adjective   /ˈdes.əl.ət/
A desolate place is empty and not attractive, with no people or nothing pleasant in it. desierto The house stood in a bleak and desolate landscape.1925952
extremely sad and feeling alone desconsolado She felt desolate when her best friend moved away.984
desolated adjective   /ˈdes.əl.eɪ.tɪd/ desolately adverb   /-li/
(Definition of desolate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

desolate

adjective /ˈdesələt/
(of landscapes, areas etc) very lonely or barren desolado, deshabitado desolate landscape.
very sad, lonely and unhappy desolado He felt desolate after the death of his wife.
desolation noun
desolación, desconsuelo a feeling of desolation.
(Definition of desolate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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