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dishearten

verb [T]
 
 
/dɪsˈhɑː.tən/ US  /-ˈhɑːr.t̬ən/
to make a person lose confidence, hope and energy; to discourage
使泄气,使绝望,使沮丧
Disappointing yourself and othersDiscouraging and putting off
disheartened
 
 
/dɪsˈhɑː.tənd/ US  /-ˈhɑːr.t̬ən-/ adjective
She was very disheartened by the results of the test.
考试结果让她感到非常沮丧。
Feeling sad and unhappy
disheartening
 
 
/dɪsˈhɑː.tən.ɪŋ/ US  /-ˈhɑːr.t̬ən-/ adjective
disheartening news
令人沮丧的消息
Disappointing yourself and othersDiscouraging and putting off
Translations of “dishearten”
in Vietnamese làm chán nản…
in Spanish desalentar, desanimar…
in Thai ทำให้ท้อแท้…
in Malaysian tawar hati…
in French décourager…
in German entmutigen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使洩氣,使絕望,使沮喪…
in Indonesian menurunkan semangat…
(Definition of dishearten from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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