Traducción de despondency en Español:


desaliento, n.

Pronunciación /dɪˈspɒnd(ə)nsi//dəˈspɑndənsi/


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    desaliento masculino
    abatimiento masculino
    • This is not someone who views the way ahead with gloom and despondency.
    • The acute sense of grief and despondency led to a deep depression of spirits that might ordinarily be expected to break the will and deflate any inspirational talent.
    • We are too prone to judge ourselves by our moments of despondency and depression.
    • As such it is effective in changing symptoms of depression and despondency to those of cheerfulness and hopefulness.
    • Just as it's right that we avoid smug complacency, so we shouldn't tumble into despondency and despair.
    • The first of these seems to have caused a sense of gloom, despondency and weary hopelessness to descend on the author as he sat down to put his book together.
    • Muddy lanes surround dismal tin shacks and there is an aura of despondency and despair, which even the myriads of children do little to dispel.
    • The cancellation of agricultural shows because of the impact of foot and mouth disease, is adding to the gloom and despondency of the tourism industry.
    • Lack of the ability to sexually express oneself is often associated with despondency and depression.
    • He went on to say that the swelling optimism among pioneers of the forties, fifties and sixties had given way, in some cases, to mild despondency.
    • A combination of still-residual despondency and distrust of the new coach combined to curb the normally boundless enthusiasm of the nation.
    • Every day during question time we see the look of despondency and despair on the faces of Government members.
    • Each day he felt himself slip a little deeper into despondency, surrounded by these strange, crazy, people.
    • The mood through the great depression of the 1930s was usually one of deep despondency in the face of mass unemployment at home and the spread of fascism abroad.
    • On the right, there is deep despondency mixed with spurts of cheerleading for the next election.
    • It means to be aware that the spread of frustration, despondency and despair is actually a process in which all parties are losers.
    • However, those who have a history of repeated failures may give up, which can lead to depression and despondency.
    • According to them, a new sense of despair and despondency is already perceptible among these women.
    • Far from protecting the health of the population, the result is a wave of panic and a pervasive climate of anxiety and despondency.
    • I explain in my book that you don't really make a low in any market until there's huge despondency and despair.