Translation of dejection in Spanish:

dejection

abatimiento, n.

Pronunciation /dəˈdʒɛkʃ(ə)n//dɪˈdʒɛkʃ(ə)n/

noun

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    abatimiento masculine
    desánimo masculine
    • The sense of dejection was palpable from the club.
    • Celebration time for the players in sky blue, dejection, utter dejection, for the gallant Gaeltacht.
    • The distinguishing mental features of melancholia are a profoundly painful dejection, abrogation of interest in the outside world, loss of the capacity to love, inhibition of all activity.
    • At the very least, there is no reason for dejection.
    • The one thing I know I could describe is the rollercoaster ride that your feelings experience, from abject dejection at diagnosis to jubilation at a positive blood count.
    • That feeling of dejection could be very depressing for a child if he is not able to establish a relationship he wants.
    • Nat's face was set, his usually warm, soft expression was hard and chilly, his cloudy eyes hinting at sorrow and dejection.
    • But their elation turned to dejection as their opponents snatched victory from them in a nail-biting penalty shoot-out.
    • All of the fight went out of him and he settled on the brick ledge, his shoulders slumped in dejection.
    • They had made promises, but what has happened, what we have seen and experienced has plunged us into dejection and despair.
    • But, just as there were celebrations, so too was there a feeling of dejection and loss among those who had worked hard to block the bill.
    • His heart sank and the disappointment and utter dejection he felt was sharp and foreign.
    • In the rare moments when the self-reproach would ease up, grief or dejection would engulf him.
    • For most of the evening, until Dean hit the stage, the crowd rested somewhere between disappointment and dejection.
    • You can feel the raw pain radiating off her; the despair and dejection are thick in the air about her.
    • Depression refers to a state of dejection, loneliness, and hopelessness.
    • Putting his elbows on his knees, he leaned forward slightly, holding his face in his hands, his shoulders slumped in complete dejection.
    • Tiredness might have played its part, but the sense of dejection and depression emanating from the studio clouded the whole broadcast.
    • And, as I stood there in silent dejection, I thought that the whole experience was so utterly, utterly typical of this Government.
    • His legs gave out from under him and he sank to his knees, his whole form shaking, his shoulders slumped with pure dejection.