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Meaning of “morose” in the English Dictionary

(Definition of morose from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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 us   /məˈroʊs/ fml
unhappy or ​annoyed and ​unwilling to ​speak, ​smile, or be ​pleasant to ​people: Michael ​became morose and ​withdrawn after he ​lost his ​job.
(Definition of morose from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “morose”
in Spanish huraño…
in Vietnamese khinh khỉnh…
in Malaysian murung…
in Thai ซึ่งมีอารมณ์ขุ่นมัว…
in French morose…
in German mürrisch…
in Chinese (Simplified) 阴郁的, 脾气不好的, 孤僻的…
in Turkish huysuz, suratsız, ters…
in Russian мрачный, замкнутый…
in Indonesian muram…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陰鬱的, 脾氣不好的, 孤僻的…
in Polish posępny, markotny…
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