Traducción de despondent en Español:

despondent

abatido, adj.

Pronunciación /dəˈspɑndənt//dɪˈspɒnd(ə)nt/

adjetivo

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    abatido
    desanimado
    descorazonado
    • He was not too despondent after his defeat and believes he can launch a stronger bid when he has gained more experience.
    • He became suicidal, despondent about the end of his boxing career and his disfigurement.
    • It was a break they both needed as both had been depressed and despondent.
    • I remember how despondent and disheartened we were as the doctor's findings were reported.
    • A visit from Canterbury certainly cheers up hard-pressed and often despondent clergy and congregations.
    • The red and black segment of the crowd were in delirium, the blue and white silent and despondent.
    • I was so embarrassed by myself, but I was also really despondent.
    • There are also, though, lots and lots of people in this country who are extremely despondent.
    • A man is sometimes despondent from disappointment, is gloomy, and has no courage to work.
    • As you can imagine, we were all a bit gutted and despondent.
    • The despondent manner in which Ray walked towards the dug-out said it all.
    • After a good few years of success supporters got very despondent for a while as the team faltered in mid season and the manager came under fire.
    • You may be too easily irritated or despondent, exasperating friends and family with exacting demands and finicky attitudes.
    • Of course, he may have been despondent for personal reasons having nothing to do with any of this.
    • Jason cast a despondent look in my direction and allowed himself to be dragged away.
    • The lads are so despondent but they did really well, especially in the first half, and the effort and commitment was what we have been asking for.
    • I feel tearful, angry, despondent, restless, annoyed, irritable and prickly all at the same time.
    • There were reports that classmates felt he had seemed despondent.
    • His self-penned songs track his career from despondent dreams of stardom to the travesty of having achieved them.
    • They'll still be despondent after going so agonisingly close, but that historic first title might not be too far off now.