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depression

noun [C, U]
 
 
/dɪˈpreʃən/
UNHAPPINESS B2 when you feel very unhappy, or a mental illness that makes you feel very unhappy
депрессия
Nearly three million people suffer from depression every year.Feeling sad and unhappyMental and psychiatric disorders
ECONOMY a time when there is not much business activity
экономический спад, кризис
The stock market crash marked the start of a severe depression.Economics and the state of the economy
Translations of “depression”
in Korean 우울증, 우울함…
in Arabic اكْتِئاب…
in Portuguese depressão…
in Catalan depressió…
in Japanese うつ病…
in Italian depressione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不快樂, 憂鬱,抑鬱, 消沉,沮喪…
in Turkish bunalım, depresyon, karamsarlık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不快乐, 忧郁,抑郁, 消沉,沮丧…
in Polish depresja, przygnębienie, kryzys…
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