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grief

noun /ɡriːf/
great sorrow or unhappiness
dolor, pesar, aflicción
She was filled with grief at the news of her sister’s death.
grief-stricken adjective overcome by very great grief
apesadumbrado
the grief-stricken widow.
come to grief to meet disaster; to fail
sufrir un percance; fracasar, fallar
The project came to grief when the government cut its funding.
(Definition of grief from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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