English translation of 'desesperado'
desesperadodesesperada [dʒizespeˈradu, a]
2. (furioso) furious
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'desesperado' in Other Languages
British English: desperate /ˈdɛspərɪt; -prɪt/ ADJECTIVE
If you are desperate, you are in such a bad situation that you will try anything to change it.
He was desperate to get back to the city.
- American English: desperate
- Arabic: يَائِس
- Brazilian Portuguese: desesperado
- Chinese: 绝望的
- Croatian: očajan
- Czech: zoufalý
- Danish: desperat
- Dutch: wanhopig
- European Spanish: desesperado
- Finnish: epätoivoinen
- French: désespéré
- German: verzweifelt
- Greek: απελπισμένος
- Italian: disperato
- Japanese: 必死の
- Korean: 절망적인
- Norwegian: desperat
- Polish: zdesperowany
- European Portuguese: desesperado
- Romanian: disperat
- Russian: отчаянный
- Spanish: desesperado
- Swedish: desperat
- Thai: ซึ่งสิ้นหวัง
- Turkish: umutsuz
- Ukrainian: відчайдушний
- Vietnamese: liều lĩnh
British English: distraught ADJECTIVE
If someone is distraught, they are so upset and worried that they cannot think clearly.
His distraught parents were being comforted by relatives.
Translation of desesperado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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