Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Destiny"

The meaning of "Destiny" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa " It was meant to be " does it imply destiny??
A: Yes, it does imply destiny, as in 운명.
Q: O que significa He is my destiny ?
A: This is an expression meaning that the speaker believes that they were made to be together with the subject “he”. It’s as if the two people were made for each other.

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Q: O que significa its destiny is very "porous"?
A: "Porous" means full of pores or small holes. Sponges and pumice stones are porous. I'm not sure what a porous destiny would be. Are you sure the word wasn't "density"?
Q: O que significa You are my destiny.?
A: This is usually a romantic expression. It means you are the person I am supposed to be with. Another way to say this is, "It was written in the stars that we should be together." or "We were meant for each other." I hope this helps.

Example sentences using "Destiny"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com destiny .
A: It is destiny that we have met tonight.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com destiny.
A: Can't you make your own destiny?
We are helpless in the face of destiny.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com destiny.
A: It was destiny that the two would fall in love.

Some would say that it was destiny that she would win the contest.

She did not believe in destiny until she met her best friend.
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com destiny.
A: destiny brought as together, this is my destiny

Synonyms of "Destiny" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre destiny e destination ?
A: Destiny is what is meant to happen to you in the future. (adjective=destined)
"Do we control our destinies?" (Are we in control of the outcome of our lives?)
"She is destined to do great things" (She will do great things in the future)

Destination is where you are travelling to:
"It will take me five hours in the car to reach my destination" (It will take me five hours in the car to reach where I am travelling to)
"You have reached your destination!" (You have arrived!)
Q: Qual é a diferença entre destiny e fate ?
A: Both fate and destiny refer to things that will happen or be experienced by a person in the future but in slightly different ways.

Fate is divinely planned and can have a negative connotation to it as there is no way to change one’s fate. The things that are going to happen in one’s life cannot be avoided.

Whereas destiny is often perceived as more flexible, a person has the power to change their destiny, it is not as fixed as one’s fate.

Fate is the given or planned direction of one’s future, it is happening whether the person wants it to or not. Destiny, on the other hand, let’s one consciously choose the course of one’s life.

Destiny can also refer to a great or important event in one’s life.

-“You can’t control your fate, life’s plan has already been set for you” the fortune teller told her client.
-It turned out that life imprisonment was his fate.
-It was their destiny to be together forever.
-She believed her destiny was to become a surgeon but she knew she would have to work hard to get there.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre destiny e fate ?
A: Destiny is what you are supposed to do, While fate is out of control.
Destiny is used in positive situations while Fate in negative. Example

it was his fate to die that day

he was destined to win the award.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre destiny e fate ?
A: Fate is out of your control and is more negative. Destiny is something you were meant to do and is more positive.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre destiny e fate ?
A: "Fate: it's out of your control. Destiny: it's what you are meant to do. Destiny has slightly more positive connotations. You'd more usually say "he was fated to die in that accident" but "she was destined for greatness", but it is sometimes heard the other way around. Very similar words." https://goo.gl/0YYC4v

Translations of "Destiny"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? All these are natural or unnatural..
1.)What ever was suppose/destined to happen...happened
2.)whatever was due to happen, has happened
3.) what's done is done!
4.)Let bygone be bygone
5.)Whatever the destiny was, happened so
6.) That was what happened.
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? destiny in life
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? I believe in destiny or I believe in fate?
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? destiny
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? destiny
A: That is in English!

Other questions about "Destiny"

Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar I firmly believe that you make your own destiny..
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Q: Dying alone happily is my destiny. I decided it in the Heaven before I came this world. soa natural?
A: Dying alone happily is my destiny. (Ok, very good!)

Heaven = 一つだけの天国
I decided it in Heaven before I came to this world.

Heaven = 多くの天国の一つ
I decided it in a Heaven before I came to this world.
Q: Por favor, mostra-me como pronunciar It is my destiny to participate in this concert..
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Q: You could go to the same destiny, but it seemed that you wanted to get away soa natural?
A: “You could’ve gone” me soa melhor. ‘destiny’ é quando de trata de eventos futuros, acho que você quis dizer ‘destination’. O resto me parece correto, mas se quiser você pode me dizer o que quer falar em português e te ajudo a corregir melhor.
Q: I'd like to think he's my destiny. I will have be going out with him. but, I don't know when we change our relationship. I don't want to miss out right timing. soa natural?
A: "I'd like to think he's my destiny. I will be going out with him. But, I don't know when we should change our relationship. I don't want to miss out because of bad timing."
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