misfortune

mɪsˈfɔ:tʃən сущ. беда, неудача, несчастье;
злоключение to have, suffer (a) misfortune ≈ потерпеть неудачу She had the misfortune to get there at the wrong moment. ≈ По несчастью она попала туда в неподходящий момент. Syn : failure, rebuff misfortunes never come alone/singly посл. ≈ беда никогда не приходит одна;
пришла беда, отворяй ворота беда, несчастье;
неудача - he has suffered a great * у него большое горе;
с ним случилась беда - he had the * to lose it он имел несчастье потерять это - he bore his *s bravely он стойко переносил несчастья /невзгоды, неудачи, удары судьбы/ - companions in * друзья по несчастью > to have /to meet with/ a * прижить ребенка > *s never come alone /singly/, one * comes on the neck /on the back/ of another (пословица) беда никогда не приходит одна;
пришла беда - отворяй ворота misfortune беда, неудача, несчастье;
злоключение;
misfortunes never come alone (или singly) посл. беда никогда не приходит одна;
= пришла беда, отворяй ворота misfortune беда, неудача, несчастье;
злоключение;
misfortunes never come alone (или singly) посл. беда никогда не приходит одна;
= пришла беда, отворяй ворота

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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  • misfortune — misfortune, mischance, adversity, mishap are comparable when they denote bad luck or adverse fortune or an instance of this. Misfortune is both the most common and the most general term; it is applicable equally to the incident or conjunction of… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • Misfortune — Mis*for tune, n. Bad fortune or luck; calamity; an evil accident; disaster; mishap; mischance. [1913 Webster] Consider why the change was wrought, You ll find his misfortune, not his fault. Addison. [1913 Webster] Syn: Calamity; mishap;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • misfortune — / mishap [n] bad luck; disaster accident, adversity, affliction, annoyance, anxiety, bad break*, bad news*, blow*, burden, calamity, casuality, cataclysm, catastrophe, contretemps, cross, crunch, debacle, disadvantage, disappointment, discomfort …   New thesaurus

  • Misfortune — Mis*for tune, v. i. To happen unluckily or unfortunately; to miscarry; to fail. [Obs.] Stow. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • misfortune — (n.) mid 15c., from MIS (Cf. mis ) (1) + FORTUNE (Cf. fortune). Related: Misfortunate …   Etymology dictionary

  • misfortune — ► NOUN 1) bad luck. 2) an unfortunate event …   English terms dictionary

  • misfortune — [mis fôr′chən] n. 1. bad luck; ill fortune; trouble; adversity 2. an instance of this; unlucky accident; mishap; mischance SYN. AFFLICTION …   English World dictionary

  • misfortune — noun Date: 15th century 1. a. an event or conjunction of events that causes an unfortunate or distressing result ; bad luck < by misfortune he fell into bad company > < had the misfortune to break his leg > b. an unhappy situation < always ready… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • misfortune — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ great ▪ personal VERB + MISFORTUNE ▪ be dogged by (BrE), have, suffer ▪ The expedition was dogged by …   Collocations dictionary

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