: incapable of redemption or improvement
She's a hopeless romantic.
the most hopeless group of golfers you've ever seen
(CNN)February 16, 2022
Part of a rocket is on a collision course with the moon, but who launched it?
A drought in the Iberian Peninsula causes the re-emergence of a village that was once covered by water.
And one Super Bowl ad generated plenty of conversation, but it might not have brought the kind of publicity the company was seeking.
hand verb [T]
UK /hænd/ US /hænd/
B1 to put something into someone's hand from your own hand:
[+ two objects] The waiter smiled politely as he handed me my bill/handed my bill to me.
Please read this memo carefully and hand it on (to your colleagues).
spoiler noun [C]
UK /ˈspɔɪ.lər/ US /ˈspɔɪ.lɚ/
spoiler noun [C] (TELLING STH)
information in a newspaper article, blog, etc. that tells you what happens in a television programme, which may spoil your enjoyment of it if you have not already seen it:
Spoiler alert - if you haven't seen Sunday's episode, stop reading now!
(from Cambridge Dictionary)
UK /skrʌb/ US /skrʌb/ -bb-
To erase in such a way as to render unrecoverable:
scrubbed the laptop's hard drive to destroy incriminating evidence.
(from American Heritage Dictionary)