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gloom

noun /ɡluːm/
a state of not quite complete darkness I could not tell the colour/color of the car in the gloom. sadness
pesimismo, tristeza, melancolía
The king’s death cast a gloom over the whole country.
gloomy adjective ( comparative gloomier, superlative gloomiest) sad or depressed
triste, melancólico, sombrío
Don’t look so gloomy.
depressing
triste, pesimista
gloomy news.
dim; dark
oscuro, lóbrego, tenebroso
gloomy rooms.
gloominess noun
oscuridad, penumbra, sombra
They peered into the gloominess of the cave.
(Definition of gloom from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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