Translation of "depressed" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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uk /dɪˈprest/ us /dɪˈprest/

depressed adjective (SAD)

B1 unhappy and without hope

He seemed a bit depressed about his work situation. 他似乎對自己的工作狀況有些沮喪。
She became deeply depressed when her husband died. 丈夫去世後,她變得十分消沉。

More examples

  • He's been listless and a bit depressed ever since he got his exam results.
  • She became very depressed in her old age.
  • He sounded very depressed when we spoke on the phone yesterday.
  • Pete was so depressed after his girlfriend left him that I actually thought he was suicidal.
  • Try not to get depressed - after all, what's the use of worrying?

depressed adjective (REDUCED)

C2 not having enough money, jobs, or business activity

In a depressed market, it's difficult to sell goods unless you lower your prices. 市場不景氣只能降價,否則很難把貨物賣出去。
an economically depressed area 經濟蕭條的區域

(Translation of “depressed” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)