calamity
calamity
noun
1. (general) 
Corporations that had been around for over 100 years were wiped out by the financial calamity.La calamidad financiera aniquiló corporaciones que llevaban existiendo más de 100 años.
The tidal wave that hit the plant wasn't a minor setback. It was a calamity.El maremoto que golpeó la planta no fue un revés menor, fue un desastre.
calamity
Noun
1. (general) 
a. la calamidad (F) 
calamity [kəˈlæmɪtɪ]
noun
calamidad (f); desastre (m)
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