disastrously


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dis·as·trous

 (dĭ-zăs′trəs, -săs′-)
adj.
1. Accompanied by or causing distress or disaster; calamitous.
2. Extremely bad; terrible: a disastrous report card.

dis·as′trous·ly adv.
dis·as′trous·ness n.

disastrously

(dɪˈzɑːstrəslɪ)
adv
in a way that causes or constitutes a disaster
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.disastrously - in a disastrous manner; "the real value of the trust capital may be disastrously less than when the trust began"
Translations
بصورةٍ كارِثِيَّه
katastrofálněstrašlivě
katastrofalt
hörmulega
katastrofálne
feci bir şekilde

disastrously

[dɪˈzɑːstrəslɪ] ADV
1. (= catastrophically) → desastrosamente
the race started disastrously for Smithla carrera tuvo un comienzo desastroso para Smith
to go disastrously wrongsalir terriblemente mal
2. (= atrociously) → pésimamente
we performed disastrouslyactuamos pésimamente, tuvimos una actuación horrorosa

disastrously

[dɪˈzɑːstrəsli dɪˈzæstrəsli] adv (= terribly) [high, low, late] → terriblement
The vegetable harvest is disastrously behind schedule
BUT Le retard dans la récolte des légumes est désastreux.
disastrously timed → malencontreux/euse
to go disastrously wrong → tourner au désastre

disastrously

advkatastrophal; it all went disastrously wronges was eine Katastrophe; we performed disastrouslyunsere Leistung war katastrophal (schlecht); they fared disastrously in the electionssie schnitten bei den Wahlen katastrophal schlecht ab

disastrously

[dɪˈzɑːstrəslɪ] advdisastrosamente

disaster

(diˈzaːstə) noun
a terrible event, especially one that causes great damage, loss etc. The earthquake was the greatest disaster the country had ever experienced.
diˈsastrous adjective
diˈsastrously adverb
References in classic literature ?
But though I was no less convinced than Stroeve that the connection between Strickland and Blanche would end disastrously, I did not expect the issue to take the tragic form it did.
On Lilla the strain began to tell disastrously. She grew pale--a patchy pallor, which meant that her nerves were out of order.
Once a writer friend of mine had owned the ranch; but he, too, had become a revolutionist, though more disastrously than I, for he was already dead and gone, and none knew where nor how.
And such a wrong may react disastrously upon the soul.
In past experience, especially in dealing with squaws, meat and punishment had often been disastrously related.
The respectable Apollyon was now putting on the steam at a prodigious rate, anxious, perhaps, to get rid of the unpleasant reminiscences connected with the spot where he had so disastrously encountered Christian.
It ended disastrously for her, poor woman, for the book, as I planned it, was going to end in profound and sordid respectability.
My effort to dodge the tree and the pterodactyl at the same time resulted disastrously. One wing touched an upper branch; the plane tipped and swung around, and then, out of control, dashed into the branches of the tree, where it came to rest, battered and torn, forty feet above the ground.
So Ulysses followed her into the oval saloon, where his two and twenty comrades had devoured the banquet, which ended so disastrously for themselves.
Having fallen disastrously in love, the young man returns home and settles down to a life worthy of his father's expectations, while Palestine struggles for independence.
Margaret Greenwood MP, Labours Shadow DWP Secretary, commenting on the NAOs report on Universal Credit, said: This report shows just how disastrously wrong the Conservatives have got the roll out of Universal Credit.
Meanwhile, a night out for Karen, Sam and Joe goes disastrously wrong.