Definition of 'sad'
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They thought it was a sad story. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This is where the story gets very sad. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We just feel sad it is over. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sad days indeed for a former giant of the game. The Sun (2015)Write to him saying how sad you are that your friendship means so little to him. The Sun (2011)Life now seems so empty and sad. The Sun (2016)This is very sad news for the whole village. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The men just look a bit sad and daft. The Sun (2008)For me it was so sad to think it had finished. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Tell your dad you know you are being difficult but that you are really sad inside. The Sun (2013)The story is familiar but gets no less sad in the retelling. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is also extremely sad because our film shows them waving for the very last time in the wild. The Sun (2008)This sad film explores difficult questions and you have to admire those who speak out on such a sensitive subject. The Sun (2015)Deuteronomy has a strikingly sad ending. Christianity Today (2000)Her story is sad and absurd. Times, Sunday Times (2007)PLYMOUTH bade a sad farewell to one loan star as they welcomed another with open arms. The Sun (2006)She said: 'It was sad he went through this whole journey. The Sun (2015)The page was called 'I 'm really sad for those four miners. Times, Sunday Times (2011)One said: 'It is so sad what people do to make people do this stuff. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'sad'
British English: sad /sæd/ ADJECTIVE
If you are sad, you feel unhappy.
I'm sad that you're leaving the company.
- American English: sad
- Arabic: حَزِين
- Brazilian Portuguese: triste
- Chinese: 悲伤的
- Croatian: tužan
- Czech: smutný
- Danish: ked af det
- Dutch: treurig
- European Spanish: triste
- Finnish: surullinen
- French: triste
- German: traurig
- Greek: λυπημένος
- Italian: triste
- Japanese: 悲しい
- Korean: 슬픈
- Norwegian: trist
- Polish: smutny
- European Portuguese: triste
- Romanian: trist
- Russian: печальный
- Spanish: triste
- Swedish: ledsen
- Thai: เศร้า
- Turkish: üzgün
- Ukrainian: сумний
- Vietnamese: buồn rầu
Definition of sad from the Collins English Dictionary
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