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Spanish translation of “miserable”

miserable

adjective /ˈmizərəbl/
very unhappy; She’s been miserable since he went away.
abatido, triste, deprimido, infeliz
very poor in quantity or quality
miserable
The house was in a miserable condition.
miserably adverb
miserablemente, tristemente
They failed miserably to reach their target.
(Definition of miserable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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