Italian translation of 'malaise'
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Not used to feeling anything but tiptop well, the vague malaise frightened her.THE THORN BIRDS (2001)
`How much of my dislocation," he wondered, `is mine alone and not part of a general global malaise.SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE (2001)
They blow off the Mojave, bringing malaise, and the threat of fire.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
Alert to the general malaise Will decided to keep out of the way.SACRAMENT (2001)
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British English: malaise NOUN
Malaise is a state in which there is something wrong with a society or group, for which there does not seem to be a quick or easy solution.
There is no easy short-term solution to the country's chronic economic malaise.
Translation of malaise from the Collins English to Italian Dictionary