Definition of 'oppressed'
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During nearly seven years of marriage, she had felt more and more oppressed by them. THE GOLDEN LIONThe atmosphere in the car oppressed like the approach of a storm. THE LAST RAVEN
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British English: oppressed ADJECTIVE
People who are oppressed are treated cruelly or are prevented from having the same opportunities, freedom, and benefits as others.
They felt oppressed by the those in authority.
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