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They can lose a hopeless case but quite legally claim their huge costs. The Sun (2017)Is it any wonder people feel hopeless about their property prospects? The Sun (2016)Those we talk to trapped there are scared, bitter and hopeless, feeling abandoned by the world. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Those we talk to trapped there are scared, bitter and hopeless, feeling abandoned by the world. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Feeling hopeless and helpless? The Sun (2017)Winning then taught me that there is no such thing as a hopeless case. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Was it all a reaction to her hopeless love life? The Sun (2014)Yet they have not always been hopeless at headquarters. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This all needs addressing because right now it feels hopeless. The Sun (2014)This upset her and made her feel that the future was hopeless. Coping with Angina (1990)There was something hopeless about the scene. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They took cover in a farm house but arrival of an enemy platoon made the situation hopeless. Times, Sunday Times (2015)To them he was a hopeless case. Man of Honour (2007)The two together is like trying to find love in a hopeless place. The Sun (2012)My life felt like a hopeless mess. Christianity Today (2000)Making the best out of a hopeless situation but he has still failed to convince the nation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They thought of me as a hopeless case where marriage was concerned. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Some people go around acting like that because they feel hopeless. Trauma and Recovery (1992)When dealing with a broader portfolio, he is almost comically hopeless. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Another 5 per cent said they were just hopeless at cooking. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Ulster's history suggests their plight is almost hopeless. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Following a motorbike accident Will is left in a wheelchair and feeling hopeless about his future. The Sun (2012)In many situations it's almost hopeless. THE 22 IMMUTABLE LAWS OF BRANDING (2002)Don't project dark imaginings into the future or become hopeless and despairing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Of course they were all utterly hopeless at doing something practical that requires a bit of elbow grease and failed miserably in the first basic cleaning task. The Sun (2009)Another dismissed the reforms as'a hopeless mess '. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Inglés británico: hopeless /ˈhəʊplɪs/ ADJECTIVE
If you feel hopeless, you feel desperate because there seems to be no possibility of success.
I don't believe the situation is hopeless.
- Inglés americano: hopeless
- Árabe: يَائِس
- Portugués brasileño: sem esperança
- Chino: 无希望的
- Croata: beznadan
- Checo: beznadějný
- Danés: håbløs
- Holandés: hopeloos
- Español europeo: desesperado
- Finlandés: toivoton
- Francés: désespéré
- Alemán: hoffnungslos
- Griego: απελπισμένος
- Italiano: disperato
- Japonés: 希望を失って
- Coreano: 가망 없는
- Noruego: håpløs
- Polaco: beznadziejny
- Portugués: sem esperança
- Rumano: deznădăjduit
- Ruso: безнадежный
- Español: desesperado
- Sueco: hopplös
- Tailandés: ไม่มีความหวัง
- Turco: umutsuz
- Ucraniano: безнадійний
- Vietnamita: vô vọng
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