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Inglês Britânico: unfortunate ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as unfortunate, you mean that something unpleasant or unlucky has happened to them. You can also describe the unpleasant things that happen to them as unfortunate.
Some unfortunate person passing below could all too easily be seriously injured.
Inglês Britânico: unfortunate NOUN
An unfortunate is someone who is unfortunate.
She was another of life's unfortunates.
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