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fateful
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
fateful /'feitful/
  • tính từ
    • (thuộc) số mệnh, tiền định, số đã định trước
    • tiên đoán
    • quyết định, có những hậu quả quan trọng
    • gây tai hoạ, gây chết chóc
Concise Dictionary
'feɪtfʊl
adj.
+having momentous consequences; of decisive importance
+ominously prophetic
+(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin
+controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 significant, momentous, ominous, major, consequential, important, critical, crucial, decisive, weighty, portentous, earth-shaking, pivotal:
The minister is faced with having to make a fateful decision.
2 deadly, lethal, fatal, destructive, ruinous, disastrous, catastrophic, cataclysmic:
Failure to preserve the environment could have fateful consequences.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
[usually before noun] having an important, often very bad, effect on future events: She looked back now to that fateful day in December. + his final fateful journey to Moscow


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