Definição de 'depression'

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Exemplos de frases que contêm depression

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Only the sound of the bell saved me from complete depression. Kate Cann READY? (2001)Kathryn had never been the same since, whilst her father had begun to sink deeper into a pit of depression. Grace, C.L A SHRINE OF MURDERS (2001)Then he spoke in a rush, wanting it over with: `She was having treatment for her depression. West, Charles STAGE FRIGHT (2001)By the time Daniel's property was returned, depression had set in. Phillip Margolin THE ASSOCIATE (2001)

Sinônimos de depression

despair, misery, sadness, the dumps
recession, slump, economic decline, credit crunch

Word Lists

Economics terms, Historical events, Psychology terms, Meteorological terms

Tendências de depression

Palavra bastante usada depression é uma das 4000 palavras mais frequentemente usadas no dicionário Collins

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Traduções de depression

Inglês Britânico: depression /dɪˈprɛʃən/ NOUN
Depression is a mental state in which someone feels unhappy and has no energy or enthusiasm.
...suffering from depression.
  • Inglês Americano: depression
  • Árabe: حُزْن
  • Português Brasileiro: depressão
  • Chinês: 抑郁
  • Croata: depresija
  • Tcheco: deprese
  • Dinamarquês: depression
  • Holandês: depressie
  • Espanhol Europeu: depresión
  • Finlandês: masennus
  • Francês: dépression
  • Alemão: Depression
  • Grego: κατάθλιψη
  • Italiano: depressione
  • Japonês: 憂鬱
  • Coreano: 우울
  • Norueguês: depresjon
  • Polonês: depresja
  • Português Europeu: depressão
  • Romeno: depresie
  • Russo: депрессия
  • Espanhol: depresión
  • Sueco: depression
  • Tailandês: ความหดหู่
  • Turco: depresyon
  • Ucraniano: депресія
  • Vietnamita: sự chán nản


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