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 Translation for 'What a pity' from English to Greek
What a pity!Τι κρίμα!
Partial Matches
to pityσπλαχνίζομαι
to pityλυπάμαι
to pityσυμπονώ
what {pron}τι
whatποιός
whatποιό
what for {adv}για ποιό λόγο
What time is it?Τι ώρα είναι;
What is the matter?Τι συμβαίνει;
What do you think?Τι πιστεύεις;
What's the catch?Πού είναι η παγίδα;
What's the catch?Ποιά είναι η παγίδα;
What's your name?Ποιο είναι το όνομά σου;
What do you think?Εσύ τι λες;
What is your opinion?Ποιά είναι η γνώμη σας;
What's up? [Am.] [coll.]Πώς είσαι;
What's up? [Am.] [coll.]Τι γίνεται;
What's up? [Am.] [coll.]Τι κάνεις;
What can I do for you?Τι θα θέλατε? [κοιν.]
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Usage Examples English
  • The long coda sees what Schaffner termed the "pseudo-symphonic tension" burst into a frenzy of brass and timpani, further slide guitar soloing, and the "What a pity" mantra joined by "Hey Jude"-style "Na-na-na-na" chorus.
  • What a pity and sadness!
  • In the novel, he becomes Oliver's closest friend (although he betrays Oliver when Oliver is caught) and he tries to make him a pickpocket, but soon realises that Oliver will not succeed, and feels sorry for him, saying "What a pity it is he isn't a prig!
  • Voltaire is known to have said, "Ice cream is exquisite. What a pity it isn’t illegal."
  • It has been proposed that this was temple of the city's chief god, Zeus Solymeus. What a pity, then, that apart from its five-metre-high cella walls, very little remains of this temple.

  • Their co-compositions included, "Oh What A Pity" and "Comin' On Strong".
  • . What a pity that she lacked the wealth and the leisure of a Huntington or a Morgan.
  • Bill Fallowfield Rugby Football League secretary, said: "What a pity.
  • In Arabic-speaking countries, saying "haram" can mean 'what a shame' or 'what a pity' (this meaning has been adopted by Modern Hebrew slang as well and is alike to the Italian use of [...]).
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