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Spanish translation of “fate”

fate

noun /feit/
(sometimes with capital) the supposed power that controls events
destino
Who knows what fate has in store (= waiting for us in the future)?
a destiny or doom, eg death
suerte, destino
A terrible fate awaited her.
fatalism noun the belief that fate controls everything, and man cannot change it
fatalismo
Overcome by fatalism, he gave up on life’s challenges.
fatalist noun a person who believes in fatalism
fatalista
He is a complete fatalist – he just accepts everything that happens to him.
fatalistic adjective
fatalista
a fatalistic attitude to life.
fated adjective controlled or intended by fate
predestinado
He seemed fated to arrive late wherever he went.
fateful adjective involving important decisions, results etc
fatídico
At last the fateful day arrived.
(Definition of fate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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