English translation of 'addolorato'
'addolorato' in Other Languages
British English: heartbroken /ˈhɑːtˌbrəʊkən/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is heartbroken is extremely sad and upset.
We were heartbroken over the death of our pet.
- American English: heartbroken
- Arabic: مَكْسُورُ القَلْب
- Brazilian Portuguese: desiludido
- Chinese: 悲伤的
- Croatian: slomljena srca
- Czech: zarmoucený
- Danish: fortvivlet
- Dutch: diepbedroefd
- European Spanish: desconsolado
- Finnish: murheellinen
- French: cœur brisé
- German: untröstlich
- Greek: συντετριμμένος αίσθημα
- Italian: addolorato
- Japanese: 悲嘆に暮れた
- Korean: 비탄에 잠긴
- Norwegian: sønderknust
- Polish: ze złamanym sercem
- European Portuguese: desiludido
- Romanian: trist
- Russian: с разбитым сердцем
- Spanish: desconsolado
- Swedish: förtvivlad
- Thai: อกหัก
- Turkish: kalbi kırık
- Ukrainian: вбитий горем
- Vietnamese: thất tình
British English: aggrieved ADJECTIVE
If you feel aggrieved, you feel upset and angry because of the way you have been treated.
I really feel aggrieved at this sort of thing.
British English: pained ADJECTIVE
If you have a pained expression or look, you look upset, worried, or slightly annoyed.
She put on a pained look, as though the subject was too delicate to be spoken about.
Translation of addolorato from the Collins Italian to English Dictionary