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fortune

noun   /ˈfɔː·tʃuːn/
a lot of money fortuna Nick’s new car must have cost a fortune!
the good or bad things that happen to you destino, suerte The family’s fortunes changed suddenly.
tell someone’s fortune
to say what will happen to someone in the future leer el futuro de alguien
(Definition of fortune from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fortune

noun /ˈfoːtʃən/
whatever happens by chance or (good or bad) luck fortuna, suerte Who knows what fortune may bring?
a large amount of money fortuna That ring must be worth a fortune!
fortunate /-nət/ adjective
having good fortune; lucky afortunado It was fortunate that no-one was killed in the accident.
fortunately adverb
afortunadamente Fortunately, the weather was fine when we took the boat trip.
fortune-teller noun
someone who tells fortunes. adivino
tell (someone’s) fortune
to foretell what will happen to someone in the future decir a alguien la buenaventura The gypsy told my fortune.
(Definition of fortune from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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