tragically


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trag·i·cal

 (trăj′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Tragic: "You take too tragical a view of matters" (John Fowles)."He assumes a sudden look of tragical sobriety" (Scott Turow).

trag′i·cal·ly adv.
trag′i·cal·ness n.
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Adv.1.tragically - in a tragic mannertragically - in a tragic manner; with tragic consequences; "the adventure ended tragically"; "tragically, she contracted AIDS"
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tragično

tragically

[ˈtrædʒɪkəlɪ] ADVtrágicamente
her career ended tragically at the age of 19su carrera se vio truncada trágicamente a la edad de 19 años
tragically, she never lived to see her grandsondesgraciadamente, jamás llegó a ver a su nieto
he died tragically youngmurió terriblemente joven
the operation went tragically wrongla operación tuvo consecuencias trágicas
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

tragically

[ˈtrædʒɪkəli] adv [die, end] → tragiquementtragi-comedy tragicomedy [ˌtrædʒiˈkɒmədi] ntragicomédie ftragi-comic tragicomic [ˌtrædʒiˈkɒmɪk] adjtragicomique
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

tragically

adv tragically, he was killedtragischerweise kam er ums Leben; she was tragically unaware of what had happenedtragischerweise wusste sie nicht, was geschehen war; her career ended tragically at the age of 19ihre Karriere endete tragisch, als sie 19 Jahre alt war; her husband’s tragically short life/early deathdas tragisch kurze Leben/der tragisch frühe Tod ihres Mannes; he died tragically younges war tragisch, dass er so jung starb; the operation went tragically wrongdie Operation nahm einen tragischen Verlauf; don’t take it too tragically!nehmen Sie es nicht zu tragisch!
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tragically

[ˈtrædʒɪklɪ] advtragicamente
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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The very same thing, don't you see, may be looked at tragically, and turned into a misery, or it may be looked at simply and even humorously.
His blue eyes were tragically fresh and clear,--as though they had as yet been little used.
It had happened some three or four years then, he said, and you brought into his mind the little girl so tragically lost, who would have been about your age."
It is an irony that they should so tragically have affected others.
He swaggered up to it tragically, and sounded a peal.
But Saxon's money-earning was doomed to cease ignominiously and tragically. One day, to take advantage of a department store bargain sale, she crossed the bay to San Francisco.
Nor was she the passionate young lady, who performs so tragically on a summer's evening with the window open.
She knew why the delicate Retty looked to fragile, and Izz so tragically sorrowful and Marian so blank; and she forgot her own dogging shadow for a moment in contemplating theirs.
"It's only for mother's sake that I spare him," said Gania, tragically.
"And never even go to the Kensington Gardens?" Peter asked tragically.
"Oh, what do I care for that?" demanded Phil tragically. "Better a dinner of herbs where your chums are than a stalled ox in a lonely boardinghouse.
They roll their eyes and bounce about so, I should die of fright," cried Rose, clasping her hands tragically.