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Translation of "depress" - English-Spanish dictionary

depress

verb   /dɪˈpres/
to make someone feel very sad deprimir This place really depresses me.
(Definition of depress from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

depress

verb /diˈpres/
to make sad or gloomy deprimir, desanimar, abatir I am always depressed by wet weather.
to make less active reducir, disminuir This drug depresses the action of the heart.
depressed adjective
sad or unhappy deprimido, desanimado, abatido The news made me very depressed.
made less active paralizado the depressed state of the stock market.
depressing adjective
tending to make one sad or gloomy deprimente What a depressing piece of news!
depression /-ʃən/ noun
a state of sadness and low spirits depresión She was treated by the doctor for depression.
lack of activity in trade depresión, recesión, crisis the depression of the 1930s.
an area of low pressure in the atmosphere depresión atmosférica The bad weather is caused by a depression over the Atlantic.
a hollow. depresión
(Definition of depress from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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