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demoralize

verb [T]  /dɪˈmɔr·əˌlɑɪz, di-, -ˈmɑr-/ us  
to weaken the confidence of someone: The team was tired and thoroughly demoralized.
Translations of “demoralize”
in Spanish desmoralizar…
in French démoraliser…
in German demoralisieren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使洩氣,使垂頭喪氣…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使泄气,使垂头丧气…
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