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 RAVENYoung and alone as she was, Lucy Durmast did not give the impression of belonging to an oppressed minority. A DEAD LIBERTY
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Translations for 'oppressed'
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.
Definition of oppressed from the Collins English Dictionary
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