English translation of 'desolado'
desoladodesolada [dezoˈladu, a]
1. (consternado) distressed
2. (lugar) desolate
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'desolado' in Other Languages
British English: desolate ADJECTIVE
A desolate place is empty of people and lacking in comfort.
...a desolate landscape of flat green fields.
British English: forlorn ADJECTIVE
If someone is forlorn, they feel alone and unhappy.
One of the demonstrators, a young woman, sat forlorn on the pavement.
British English: mournful ADJECTIVE
If you are mournful, you are very sad.
He looked mournful, even near to tears.
Translation of desolado from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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