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desperate

adjective /ˈdespərət/
(sometimes used loosely) despairingly reckless or violent
desesperado
She was desperate to get into university a desperate criminal.
very bad or almost hopeless
deseperado
We are in a desperate situation.
urgent and despairing
desesperado
He made a desperate appeal for help.
desperately adverb
desesperadamente
She desperately wanted to meet him.
desperation noun
deseperación
In desperation we asked the police for help.
(Definition of desperate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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