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the Fates

three goddesses who the ​ancient Greeks ​believedcontrolled people's ​lives and ​decided when ​people must ​die
(Definition of the Fates from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the Fates”
in Chinese (Simplified) (古希腊人认为掌控人的命运的)命运三女神…
in Chinese (Traditional) (古希臘人認為掌控人的命運的)命運三女神…
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