Spanish Word for unlucky  

English Word: unlucky

Spanish Word: desafortunado
The Spanish Word for unlucky
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Lucky at games, unlucky at love.
Afortunado en el juego, desafortunado en el amor.

If they are unlucky, they receive none at all.
Si no tienen suerte, no reciben tratamiento alguno.
For the unlucky few it can be a nightmare.
Para los pocos que no tienen suerte puede ser una pesadilla.
Thirteen per cent is not only an unlucky number, it is a downright disgrace.
Un trece por ciento no sólo es una estadística desafortunada, es una auténtica vergüenza.
The consumer is just unlucky in being not the first, but the umpteenth claimant.
Simplemente tiene mala suerte de no haber sido el primero, sino el enésimo que hace la reclamación.
At the same time, however, it was unlucky to have next to it a cowardly and weak President of the European Commission with no political vision.
Sin embargo, al mismo tiempo ha tenido la mala suerte de tener un Presidente de la Comisión Europea cobarde, débil y sin visión política.
It may look as though you are unlucky to be leading the EU in such a situation, but every crisis is also an opportunity.
Quizá pueda parecer desafortunado tener que dirigir la UE en esta situación, pero todas las crisis son también oportunidades.
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