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pessimism

noun [U]     /ˈpes.ɪ.mɪ.zəm/
emphasizing or thinking of the bad part of a situation rather than the good part, or the feeling that bad things are more likely to happen than good things 悲觀情緒;悲觀主義 There is now a mood of deepening pessimism about/over the economy. 對經濟的悲觀情緒越來越濃。 An underlying pessimism infuses all her novels. 她所有的小說中都暗含著一種悲觀主義情緒。 →  Opposite optimism Not hopeful
pessimist     /ˈpes.ɪ.mɪst/ noun [C]
Don't be such a pessimist! 別這麼悲觀! Not hopeful
Translations of “pessimism”
in Vietnamese tính bi quan…
in Spanish pesimismo…
in Thai การมองโลกในแง่ร้าย…
in Malaysian sikap pesimis…
in French pessimisme…
in German der Pessimismus…
in Indonesian pesimisme…
in Russian пессимизм…
in Turkish kötümserlik, karamsarlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 悲观情绪, 悲观主义…
in Polish pesymizm…
(Definition of pessimism from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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