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hopeless

adjective
 
 
/ˈhəʊpləs/
VERY BAD B1 very bad and not likely to succeed or improve
ümitsiz, çaresiz
a hopeless situation They searched for survivors, but it was hopeless.Not hopefulUseless and futile
NOT ABLE B2 very bad at a particular activity
yetersiz, yeteneksiz, çok kötü, beceriksiz
Dad's a hopeless cook. I'm hopeless at sports.Inability and awkwardness
NOT POSITIVE B1 feeling no hope
karamsar, kötümser, umutsuz, endişeli
She was depressed and felt totally hopeless about the future.Not hopeful
hopelessness noun [U]
umutsuzluk
(Definition of hopeless from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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