English translation of 'sfortunatamente'
'sfortunatamente' in Other Languages
British English: unfortunately /ʌnˈfɔːtʃənɪtlɪ/ ADVERB
You can use unfortunately to express regret about what you are saying.
Unfortunately, my time is limited.
- American English: unfortunately
- Arabic: لِسُوْءِ الـحَظّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: infelizmente
- Chinese: 不幸地
- Croatian: nažalost
- Czech: bohužel
- Danish: uheldigvis
- Dutch: helaas
- European Spanish: por desgracia
- Finnish: valitettavasti
- French: malheureusement
- German: leider
- Greek: δυστυχώς
- Italian: sfortunatamente
- Japanese: 運悪く
- Korean: 유감스럽게도
- Norwegian: uheldigvis
- Polish: niefortunnie
- European Portuguese: infelizmente
- Romanian: din nefericire
- Russian: к сожалению
- Spanish: por desgracia
- Swedish: tyvärr
- Thai: อย่างเคราะห์ร้าย
- Turkish: ne yazık ki
- Ukrainian: на жаль
- Vietnamese: đáng tiếc
British English: unhappily ADVERB
You use unhappily to introduce or refer to a statement when you consider it is sad and wish that it was different.
On May 23rd, unhappily, the little boy died.
Translation of sfortunatamente from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary