Italian translation of 'distraught'
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Example Sentences Including 'distraught'
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Her distraught mother said she'd had no idea.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
We also see how she helps distraught family members cope with the loss of a loved one.The Sun (2014)
But being dragged out of pubs blind drunk by his distraught parents was a mere aperitif to the horrors that followed.The Sun (2015)
He only knew what it meant from seeing how distraught his mother was.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
I came home absolutely distraught because it was my dream job.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He didn't seem distraught or upset in any way.The Sun (2017)
He was absolutely distraught afterwards and fully co-operative.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Her distraught dad felt it was important to show the reality of terminal illness.The Sun (2016)
His family were too distraught to speak yesterday.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
His mum was distraught and trapped by her arm, which was removed.The Sun (2007)
Most of them were absolutely distraught.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
My parents are simply distraught as the medals are irreplaceable.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
She said: 'I am distraught by the sudden loss of my best friend.The Sun (2014)
She was in floods of tears and absolutely distraught.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Sleep 'I am pretty distraught.The Sun (2008)
The appalled actor instantly apologised and was clearly distraught to have offended.The Sun (2015)
The cousin's distraught mum arrived just as her comatose son was discovered.The Sun (2006)
The distraught dad said yesterday: 'I think he felt grown up by drinking them.The Sun (2009)
The distraught family have been left praying for a miracle.The Sun (2015)
The mother was distraught - she was being sick.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The two-year-old's distraught dad picked him up and rushed outside screaming for help.The Sun (2009)
There have been things over the years that have left me heartbroken, distraught, upset.The Sun (2017)
They have been receiving intensive counselling and during the interviews they were clearly distraught.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
They were upset and distraught.The Sun (2012)
This distraught dad told me that the previous night, he had gone out to sit by the family pool.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: distraught ADJECTIVE
If someone is distraught, they are so upset and worried that they cannot think clearly.
His distraught parents were being comforted by relatives.
Translation of distraught from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary