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Translation of "depressed" - English-Russian dictionary

depressed

adjective     /dɪˈprest/
UNHAPPY
B1 very unhappy, often for a long time подавленный She has been feeling very depressed since her marriage broke up.Feeling sad and unhappy
ECONOMY
A depressed country, area, or economy does not have enough jobs or business activity. отсталый an economically depressed areaEconomics and the state of the economy
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