seal sb's fate

seal sb's fate
mahvini kesinlestirmek

English to Turkish dictionary. 2009.

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  • seal someone's fate — seal someone’s fate phrase to show or decide that something bad will definitely happen to someone Further floods may have sealed the fate of the few remaining villages. Thesaurus: to cause problems for someone or somethingsynonym Main entry: seal …   Useful english dictionary

  • seal someone's fate — seal (someone s) fate if an event seals someone s fate, they are certain to fail or to have an unpleasant experience in the future. His father s illness sealed his fate Sam gave up his hopes of a college education and stayed home to run the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • seal someone's fate — ► seal someone s fate make it inevitable that something unpleasant will happen to someone. Main Entry: ↑fate …   English terms dictionary

  • seal someone's fate — seal (someone s/something s) fate to decide the future of someone or something. His father s illness sealed his fate, making it impossible for him to go to college. The election of Abraham Lincoln sealed the fate of slavery. Usage notes: usually… …   New idioms dictionary

  • seal something's fate — seal (someone s/something s) fate to decide the future of someone or something. His father s illness sealed his fate, making it impossible for him to go to college. The election of Abraham Lincoln sealed the fate of slavery. Usage notes: usually… …   New idioms dictionary

  • seal someone's fate — make it inevitable that something unpleasant will happen to someone. → fate …   English new terms dictionary

  • seal someone's fate — to show or decide that something bad will definitely happen to someone Further floods may have sealed the fate of the few remaining villages …   English dictionary

  • seal fate — seal (someone s) fate if an event seals someone s fate, they are certain to fail or to have an unpleasant experience in the future. His father s illness sealed his fate Sam gave up his hopes of a college education and stayed home to run the… …   New idioms dictionary

  • fate — ► NOUN 1) the development of events outside a person s control, regarded as predetermined. 2) the course or inevitable outcome of a person s life. 3) (the Fates) Greek & Roman Mythology the three goddesses (Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos) who… …   English terms dictionary

  • seal — seal1 [sēl] n. [ME seel < OFr < L sigillum, a seal, mark, dim. of signum: see SIGN] 1. a design, initial, or other device placed on a letter, document, etc., as a mark of genuineness or authenticity: letters were, esp. formerly, closed with …   English World dictionary

  • seal — I [[t]si͟ːl[/t]] CLOSING ♦♦♦ seals, sealing, sealed (Please look at category 11 to see if the expression you are looking for is shown under another headword.) 1) VERB When you seal an envelope, you close it by folding part of it over and sticking …   English dictionary

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