dis·as·ter·tas·tro·phe

dih-zas-ter-tas-truh-fee

1. A sudden occurance causing great loss of life.

2. A major misfortune, mishap or failure, that effects a number of people.

3. When words like Disaster or Catastrophe just won't describe the situation well enough.
Quote from Ted Bear: "Your on an international flight, and the {Bastard]'s gone dodgy. Perhaps an albertross with poor eyesight has confused your plane engine for a mate, and smacks RIGHT INTO IT, mucking up your one snug commute into a spiral Disaster-tastrophe."
作者 Granadier92 2011年8月31日

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