⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'befell' von Englisch nach Deutsch
VERB   to befall | befell | befallen
befalling | befalls
sth. befell sb./sth. [literary]
etw. widerfuhr jdm./etw. [geh.] [bes. Unglücksfall, Leid etc.]
A disaster befell the town.Ein Unheil brach über die Stadt herein.
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Ten years later, a similar accident, caused by the same type of malfunction, befell a Dutch tourist bus at the same location, killing seven.
  • Eusebius blames the calamities which befell the Jewish nation on the Jews' role in the death of Jesus. This quote has been used to attack both Jews and Christians (see Antisemitism in Christianity).
  • The victory at the Delta saved Egypt from the destruction that befell Hatti, Alasiya and other great Near Eastern powers.
  • During the Cultural Revolution (1966–1976), he secretly translated the "Ramayana" from Sanskrit into Chinese retaining the poetic format, risking the punishment which befell those convicted as "intellectuals".
  • The same fate befell Hoyland Vikings ARLFC, prompting talk of a merger. This however failed to materialise leaving only one club to represent the town.
  • Thomson, on his journey through Masai land in 1883, wrote of a series of misfortunes that befell and seriously enfeebled the Kwavi people.
  • Benidorm was folded in June 2011, 47 years after its creation. Liquidation befell due to the high debt generated during past seasons with their players and suppliers.
  • On 16 July 2011, the airline's Air Operator's Certificate was suspended, following the accident that befell Flight 952 on 8 July 2011.
  • The same fate befell almost all the Liberal members of parliament in England.
  • The novel has two storylines, the farm in the North and Bartholomew in the South, and follows the life-changing misfortunes that befell the family over the course of a year.
  • When Tess Hunter and her mother arrive in Century Falls, they gradually find it to be a strange village, haunted by a disaster that befell it during the performance of an occult ceremony forty years earlier.
  • Gershom Scholem was not alone among thinking people when he later read these lines as having some prophetic significance in respect to the onrushing disaster which befell the Jews in the European Holocaust.
  • In particular, there were several recorded "discontinuities," where it appeared that some mysterious and rapid disaster befell the planet.
  • The town itself was sacked. The same fate befell Ryazan that made a turning point in open confrontation between Moscow and the Blue Horde.
  • The plot was inspired by an actual incident which befell Beaumarchais's sister.
  • I befell into this dotage.
  • In 1990 the honour befell the brothers Veldeman.
  • On 14 May 2014, the 36-year-old Sánchez announced he would retire at the end of the campaign while hoping to help his team promote, which eventually did not befell.
  • A major controversy erupted in 1979 over the shooting of Eula Love by two LAPD officers; no legal consequences befell the officers responsible.
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