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Spanish translation of “sorrow”

sorrow

noun /ˈsorəu/
(something which causes) pain of mind or grief
pena, pesar, dolor
He felt great sorrow when she died.
sorrowful adjective showing or feeling sorrow
penoso
sorrowful people a sorrowful expression.
sorrowfully adverb
penosamente
sorrowfulness noun
pena, pesar
(Definition of sorrow from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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