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Translation of "forlorn" - English-Spanish dictionary

forlorn

adjective   /fəˈlɔːn/
literary alone and unhappy; left alone and not cared for triste She looked a forlorn figure standing at the bus stop.984
literary A forlorn place feels empty and sad. desolado This forlorn industrial town has very high unemployment.
very unlikely to be achieved or to succeed vano Their only hope now is that the outside world will intervene but it is an increasingly forlorn hope. She appeared on daytime TV in a forlorn attempt to persuade the public of her innocence.983
forlornly adverb   /-li/
(Definition of forlorn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

forlorn

adjective /fəˈloːn/
pitiful; unhappy because left alone triste, melancólico, desolado She seems rather forlorn since he left.
forlornly adverb
tristemente She stared forlornly out of the window.
(Definition of forlorn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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