unfortunate - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "unfortunate" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

unfortunate / несчастный, неудачный, неудачливый
имя прилагательное
unhappy, miserable, unfortunate, poor, wretched, pitiable
unsuccessful, failed, unfortunate, unlucky, abortive, unhappy
unfortunate, unsuccessful
имя существительное
Jonah, loser, failure, lame duck, underdog, unfortunate
unfortunate, lack-all
prostitute, hooker, whore, harlot, streetwalker, unfortunate
имя прилагательное
having or marked by bad fortune; unlucky.
the unfortunate Cunningham was fired
имя существительное
a person who suffers bad fortune.
Allow me to explain Fayer's evil plan to you poor unfortunates who have to suffer through his company with me.
I've been telling my friends for some time that there's little you can do if you're unfortunate enough to be at the epicenter of a terrorist attack.
The excesses committed during the unfortunate period are regrettable.
‘It's certainly an unfortunate incident that we regret,’ a White House spokesman told a news briefing.
Worse still, he smells and if you're unfortunate enough to get next to him on the cross trainer and he starts really pumping it, it can cause disturbed breathing that leads to a fatal arrhythmia.
The unfortunate disadvantage is that you then have to cycle 17.5 miles home on a very full stomach.
The Namibian Government has instituted investigations regarding the shooting by their officer and has expressed regret over this unfortunate incident.
No, the simultaneous attacks were probably just an unfortunate result of chance.
This approach has put their opponents at an unfortunate disadvantage; for, again, no one wants to go to a drama and be presented with dry facts.
After the match, coach Mackie said he was extremely happy with the players' efforts, but it was unfortunate that the Warriors were not able to convert their chances in the box.
For me, Schorr's remark was an unfortunate symptom of his poverty of imagination.