Spanish translation of 'fateful'
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He was aware, intimately and bitterly, that his dread had been his mother's first fateful gift to him.THE OUTSIDER (2002)
Chantal and I became engaged shortly before Edward published his fateful review of O. M. Tyrrel's last novel.THE DEVIL'S OWN WORK (2002)
"and I was thrilled to hear my name, so arbitrary and fateful, being used by him.THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2002)
On that fateful day, people celebrated the final defeat of theTHREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2002)
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British English: fateful ADJECTIVE
If an action or a time when something happened is described as fateful, it is considered to have an important, and often very bad, effect on future events.
It was a fateful decision, one which was to break the Government.
Translation of fateful from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary