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Translation of "depressed" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

depressed

adjective (SAD) 沮丧     /dɪˈprest/
unhappy and without hope for the future 抑郁的,消沉的,沮丧的 He seemed a bit depressed about his work situation. 他似乎对自己的工作状况有些沮丧。 She became deeply depressed when her husband died. 丈夫去世后她变得十分消沉。 Feeling sad and unhappy
(Definition of depressed adjective (SAD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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