Word of the Day: Catastrophe

Today’s word of the day is catastrophe! Catastrophe is a noun. It is a sudden event which causes great damage or suffering. Sometimes, we worry about potential catastrophes and how they would affect us or our families. We might even get the collywobbles thinking about their effect on the economy!

Related: Word of the Day: Collywobbles

Related: Word of the Day: Affect

Related: Word of the Day: Effect

Use it in a sentence!

This Corona virus pandemic is quite a catastrophe!

But where did it come from?

Catastrophe has a Greek origin. It comes from the Greek word “katasrophē” which means overturning.

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