Translation of fatalistic in Spanish:


fatalista, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌfeɪdlˈɪstɪk/ /feɪtəˈlɪstɪk/

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    • Osric brings Laertes' challenge to a fencing bout, which a fatalistic Hamlet, despite his forebodings, accepts.
    • Film noir is known for electrifying, fatalistic dialogue.
    • For me, his best work are his fatalistic looks at uncomfortable, unavoidable love.
    • At this stage, students look beyond fatalistic or cultural reasons for inequality to focus on structural, systemic explanations.
    • Audiences must have bought into the fatalistic inevitability of the plot devices.
    • He created a low-budget, effectively fatalistic horror film about a man-made plague that wipes out humanity.
    • 'Far From the Madding Crowd' is not as fatalistic as Hardy's later works.
    • I see what you're saying, 'Utopia', and I'd love the same thing, but I've got a fatalistic/realistic viewpoint that keeps me from getting very caught up in it.
    • The bewilderment and loss of faith in authority, the fatalistic sense that no matter what you do, society will hold you down - all reflect the darker side of the popular mood during that era.