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Translation of "sad" - English-Turkish dictionary

sad

adjective     /sæd/ (sadder, saddest)
NOT HAPPY
A1 unhappy or making you feel unhappy üzgün, üzücü, tasalı, neşesiz, kederli, gamlı I was very sad when our cat died. a sad book/movie [+ that] It's a bit sad that you'll miss our wedding. [+ to do sth] I was sad to see him go.Feeling sad and unhappy
NOT SATISFACTORY [always before noun]
not pleasant or satisfactory hoş/tatminkâr olmayan, hoşa gitmeyen, tatsız The sad truth is that we've failed.Not of good qualityRubbish and wasteInformal words for badInformal words for badRubbish and wasteSerious and unpleasantNot of good quality
NOT FASHIONABLE UK informal
boring or not fashionable sıkıcı, hoşa gitmeyen, uygunsuz You enjoy reading timetables? You sad man!Tedious and uninspiringOld or old-fashionedThe elderly
sadness noun [U]
B2 keder, üzüntü
(Definition of sad from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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