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Translation of "disaster" - English-Spanish dictionary

disaster

noun   /dɪˈzɑː·stər/
a very bad situation, especially something that causes a lot of harm or damage desastre floods and other natural disasters
something that is a failure or negative result desastre His idea was a total disaster.
(Definition of disaster from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

disaster

noun /diˈzaːstə/
a terrible event, especially one that causes great damage, loss etc desastre The earthquake was the greatest disaster the country had ever experienced.
disastrous adjective
desastroso a disastrous mistake.
disastrously adverb
desastrosamente The race ended disastrously for him when he crashed into a safety barrier.
(Definition of disaster from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “disaster”
in Korean 재난, 재앙…
in Arabic كارِثة, نَكْبة…
in Malaysian bencana…
in French désastre…
in Russian бедствие, катастрофа…
in Chinese (Traditional) 災難,大禍…
in Italian disastro…
in Turkish felaket, âfet, yıkım…
in Polish klęska, katastrofa…
in Vietnamese tai họa…
in Portuguese desastre…
in Thai ความหายนะ…
in German die Katastrophe…
in Catalan desastre…
in Japanese 災害, 大惨事, 大失敗…
in Chinese (Simplified) 灾难,大祸…
in Indonesian bencana…
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