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Translation of "dismal" - English-Spanish dictionary

dismal

adjective   /ˈdɪz·məl/
very bad or unpleasant and making you feel sad deprimente What dismal weather!
(Definition of dismal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dismal

adjective /ˈdizməl/
gloomy deprimente, triste, desalentador, abatido dismal news I’m fed up with this dismal rainy weather.
dismally adverb
tristemente The team performed dismally in the first half of the match.
(Definition of dismal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dismal”
in Korean 음울한…
in Arabic كَئيب…
in Malaysian muram…
in French lugubre…
in Russian гнетущий, мрачный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 悲傷絕望的,憂鬱茫然的, 十分糟糕的…
in Italian tetro…
in Turkish kasvetli, sıkıntılı, nahoş…
in Polish przygnębiający, ponury, żałosny…
in Vietnamese buồn thảm…
in Portuguese triste, sombrio…
in Thai หดหู่…
in German düster…
in Catalan depriment…
in Japanese 憂うつな…
in Chinese (Simplified) 悲伤绝望的,忧郁茫然的, 十分糟糕的…
in Indonesian muram…
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