calamity

listen to the pronunciation of calamity
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} belâ
{i} musibet

Umma musibetten her zaman daha kötüdür. - The anticipation is always worse than the calamity.

afet

Rio de Janeiro devleti kamu afet durumu ilan etti. - The state of Rio de Janeiro has declared a state of public calamity.

felaket

Bekleme her zaman felaketten daha kötüdür. - The anticipation is always worse than the calamity.

{i} felâket

Bekleme her zaman felaketten daha kötüdür. - The anticipation is always worse than the calamity.

{i} felaket, afet, bela
badire
fecaat
{i} yoksulluk
felâket getiren
{i} sefalet
vahim
belâlı
bela,felaket
afat
Calamity Jane
zavallı kimse
Calamity Jane
gariban
calamity howling
felaket uluyan
calamity howler
{i} felâket tellalı
calamity howler
{i} karamsar kimse
calamity howler
{i} kötümser
calamity jane
allah'ın garibi
calamity jane
başı beladan kurtulmayan kimse
result in a calamity
acı son ile bitmek
result in a calamity
acı sonla bitmek
calamities
felaketlerin
calamitously
felâket ve belâ getirerek
calamitously
felaket getirerek
calamitously
felaket bir şekilde
Englisch - Englisch
The distress that results from some disaster
An event implying a degree of awkwardness
An event resulting in great loss
{n} misfortune, cause of distress, misery
an event resulting in great loss and misfortune; "the whole city was affected by the irremediable calamity"; "the earthquake was a disaster
A calamity is an event that causes a great deal of damage, destruction, or personal distress. He described drugs as the greatest calamity of the age It could only end in calamity. = disaster. calamities a terrible and unexpected event that causes a lot of damage or suffering = disaster
an event resulting in great loss and misfortune; "the whole city was affected by the irremediable calamity"; "the earthquake was a disaster"
{i} disaster, catastrophe
Any great misfortune or cause of misery; generally applied to events or disasters which produce extensive evil, either to communities or individuals
A state or time of distress or misfortune; misery
Calamity Jane
orig. Martha Jane Cannary born May 1, 1852?, near Princeton, Mo.?, U.S. died Aug. 1, 1903, Terry, near Deadwood, S.D. U.S. frontierswoman. She grew up in Montana and worked in mining camps, where she acquired riding and shooting skills. In 1876 she settled in Deadwood, S.D., site of new gold strikes; her pursuits there included hauling goods and machinery to the outlying camps and working as a cook and a dance-hall girl. There she probably first met Wild Bill Hickok, who would become her companion. In 1891 she married Charley Burke, and from 1895 she toured with Wild West shows in the Midwest. Facts about her life were embellished by contemporary feature-magazine writers
calamity befell him
something terrible happened to him, he suffered great misfortune
calamity howler
{i} pessimist, someone who always sees potential disaster
calamity jane
United States frontierswoman and legendary figure of the Wild West noted for her marksmanship (1852-1903)
calamities
plural of calamity
calamitously
In a calamitous manner
calamitously
disastrously, catastrophically
calamity
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