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baby blues

noun [plural] uk   us  
a feeling of sadness that some women experience after they have given birth to a baby: According to this article, as many as 60 percent of women suffer from the baby blues.
Translations of “baby blues”
in Chinese (Traditional) 部分女性在分娩後經歷的一種憂鬱情緒, 產後抑鬱症…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女性在分娩后经历的一种忧郁情绪…
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