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gloom

noun [U] (WITHOUT HOPE)
没有希望
 
 
/ɡluːm/
feelings of great unhappiness and loss of hope
忧郁;愁闷;沮丧
Bergman's films are often full of gloom and despair.
伯格曼导演的电影通常都弥漫着忧郁和绝望的气氛。
There is widespread gloom and doom about the company's future.
大家普遍感觉公司的前景不妙,在劫难逃。
Sadness and regretNot hopeful
(Definition of gloom noun (WITHOUT HOPE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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