Traducción de fateful en español:

fateful

fatídico, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈfeɪtfəl/ /ˈfeɪtfʊl/ /ˈfeɪtf(ə)l/

Ver definición en español de fatídico

adjetivo

  • 1

    (momentous)
    (day/decision) fatídico
    (day/decision) aciago
    (day/decision) funesto
    and so the fateful day arrived y llegó el día fatídico humorístico
    • On that fateful night a disastrous landslide wrecked havoc on their scenic community.
    • For many, this was the horrifying, almost fateful consequence of the life he had led.
    • This was the one time she misused her powers, and it proved to have fateful consequences.
    • At this fateful juncture in our history it is vital that we see clearly who are our enemies, and that we deal with them.
    • He took the fateful decision to jump from the dinghy and swim for the shore but did not make it, despite being a strong swimmer and fit.
    • He no longer sits up nights like he used to, but memories of the fateful decision haunt him every day.
    • It was the one name that the queen was loath to hear at that fateful moment and her heart was hardened.
    • It was truly difficult to express into words what she had gone through on that fateful day.
    • I remember yelling at my brother in shock and disbelief that fateful April Fools' night.
    • However, those same predictions can whip us into frenzy if the fateful deadline looms ahead.
    • I realized many of the young men who lost their lives that fateful December were the same age as my own sons are now.
    • It's a fateful symbiosis in a downward spiral of political aspiration.
    • It is obvious that they expect him to make a more compelling case before such a fateful juncture is reached.
    • Politically-motivated gregariousness and poor time organisation proved fateful.
    • She spoke with us about fateful encounters and the knowledge she has gleaned.
    • After that fateful year, they made it to the finals only four times and they lost each time in a close contest.
    • But one fateful night, she forgot to replace the capstone on the sacred spring.
    • Then late in the summer comes the fateful day when you discover your results.
    • Both films follow three people whose lives become entangled after a fateful accident.
    • Fifty years after that first, fateful visit to Recreation Park, he saw silverware raised aloft.
  • 2

    (prophetic)
    (words/remark) profético