depressed adjective (SAD) translate to Traditional Chinese
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depressed

adjective (SAD)
沮喪
 
 
/dɪˈprest/
unhappy and without hope for the future
抑鬱的,消沉的,沮喪的
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。
Feeling sad and unhappy
(Definition of depressed adjective (SAD) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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