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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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