Translation of calamity in Spanish:


calamidad, n.

Pronunciation /kəˈlæmədi/ /kəˈlamɪti/

See Spanish definition of calamidad

nounplural calamities

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    calamidad feminine
    desastre masculine
    • Nearly every calamity and malady known to humankind has a saint to look after it.
    • Plan for stress, say the experts, just like you plan ahead for any calamity you want to avoid.
    • There were those indeed who believed this calamity marked the end of the world.
    • Earth was among the many planets destroyed in this calamity, and many humans were lost also.
    • It wasn't long before an even greater calamity than sea sickness set upon them.
    • What new calamity could be taking shape in the odd disasters of recent weeks?
    • It has shown its capacity to plan ahead and be ever ready for any calamity or disaster that may beset the country.
    • Which devastating calamity is to come our way, hyperinflation or collapsing deflation?
    • After unloading, I decided it would be prudent to park in the lot rather than risk further calamity.
    • The worst economic calamity to befall a family, and especially women and children, is divorce.
    • The liberation brought fresh calamity and distress for those Jews who had survived the Holocaust.
    • In the face of this calamity, the puzzle remains why so many settlers moved to a place that turned out to be so inhospitable.
    • To the extent that the pessimism is based on fears of an election day terrorist calamity, it's hard to argue with.
    • Speaking of the next step, for families who have lost someone in this calamity, what's the next step for them?
    • Yes, this country could be devastated by terrorism, or a meteor strike, or some economic calamity.
    • One morning's natural calamity has delivered tens of thousands of new victims.
    • Before the oil well calamity, villagers there led a peaceful life, getting along with each other in harmony.
    • Whenever any calamity, disaster or accident occurs, their team arrives there as volunteers for relief work.
    • The skipper was experienced and had faced worse seas before and so sudden was the calamity which overwhelmed him that he was unable to send out a Mayday call.
    • The areas that were most damaged by the calamity is certainly back on its feet.