Translation of depression in Spanish:


depresión, n.

Pronunciation: /dəˈprɛʃ(ə)n//dɪˈprɛʃ(ə)n/


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    depresión feminine
    abatimiento masculine
    to suffer from depression sufrir depresiones
    • Tiredness might have played its part, but the sense of dejection and depression emanating from the studio clouded the whole broadcast.
    • Regular readers will know I was deep in the throes of depression, both seasonal and related to other sources.
    • I'm angry because I feel like this generation is being ravished by depression and despair.
    • Don't allow yourself the luxury of falling into depression and cynicism and despair.
    • We have unprecedented depression and pessimism.
    • We're staying several steps ahead of gloom, despair, deep dark depression, and excessive misery.
    • Grace found herself being dragged into depression by her own thoughts.
    • Moodiness contributes to sadness and depression, unpredictable mood swings and fidgeting, especially among the opposite sex.
    • The mood among local farmers is depression, despair and devastation, and there is no end in sight.
    • We are too prone to judge ourselves by our moments of despondency and depression.
    • Everybody gets feelings of sadness or depression and most of these are short-lived and tolerable.
    • Though a settler-farmer not dependent entirely on farm income for a living, even I am not able to escape this feeling of gloom and depression.
    • When I came home from Wales I was struck by horrible feelings of doom, depression, general low spirits and a sense of self-loathing.
    • Depression, dullness, apathy - these were the beasts I could no longer afford to feed.
    • A pretty astounding year for debut albums too, despite the doom and gloom and depression that allegedly is swamping the music industry.
    • Feelings of depression and despair are common.
    • It felt unsettling because we as the audience are accustomed to sadness, depression and irrational outbursts in typical movies that deal with death.
    • The general national mood can only be described as one of prolonged depression.
    • Megan drove back to her place feeling exhaustion and depression settle in.
    • He did not kiss the old woman's hand; for, in his fatigue and depression, the necessity to pretend fell away.
    • The presence of shallow depressions in the ground surface allows time for water to percolate into the soil and reduces the volume and speed of flow across the slope.
    • The proximal half of the ventral surface forms a long depression.
    • A lush habitat appears where surface water accumulates in shallow depressions to form seasonal or fairly permanent ponds.
    • Nests are usually shallow depressions in a muddy or sandy bottom in which the eggs are deposited.
    • Implants are generally not attached to the underlying structures because they are made with depressions on the under surface to fit over the anatomic areas on which they are inserted.
    • These tiny flowers offer nectar in a shallow median depression on the lip surface.
    • The stone includes a depression on its concave surface where the practitioner's finger was inserted in order to assist in applying force.
    • On the western end of the beach is a large, grassy mound with a shallow depression in the top. This is the site of a prehistoric fortification, or broch.
    • It is usually sunken into a depression so that the rim is level with the ground.
    • Specially engineered depressions in the surface of the inner skin eliminate the need for a separate welded-on reinforcement to increase panel rigidity.
    • The original site was a depression adjoining the river, which automatically became a swamp frequented by water birds in the wet times.
    • It would have blended seamlessly into the wall if it weren't for the circular depressions embedded on its surface.
    • The images relayed from the probe were not much more exciting - some low hills and surface depressions.
    • In the idling zone the surface includes a plurality of shallow depressions disposed in an annular zone.
    • Stigmaeopsis mites construct extremely dense oval woven roofs over depressions on the lower surfaces of host leaves.
    • Reduced infiltration will cause water ponding for longer periods following rainfall on a field with surface depressions.
    • Multiple depressions dotted the surface of the sandy riverbank, as if it had taken on the look of the surface of a golf ball.
    • It over looked some sort of depression in the land.
    • Using the back of a spoon, make a shallow depression in the centre, and build up the sides as high as you can.
    • Magnetic vortices moving back and forth inside depressions on a superconducting surface could serve as single-particle bits for a nanoscale computer.
    • It has lasted for a long time, through depressions, recessions, slumps, civil wars and world wars.
    • Yet, the final outcome - an economic depression - would have been exactly the same.
    • It also generates the periodic crises characteristic of capitalism - what we call recessions and depressions.
    • These are the people responsible for recessions and depressions.
    • They have developed a close relationship between stock market crashes and the economic recessions and depressions that follow them.
    • They tolerated the gyrations of the business cycle more willingly, including dozens of recessions and several deep economic depressions.
    • This turned what might have been a short recession into the greatest depression in the nation's history.
    • For example, he considers economic depressions to be the intensification of the competitive process.
    • They were the first to deal with the issue in a systematic way and to apply their conclusions to the problem of economic depressions.
    • After a prolonged agricultural depression lifted in the 1890s, the worst of rural poverty was finally dispelled.
    • Running big federal deficits in hard economic times is one of those ‘automatic stabilizers’ that help keep recessions from turning into depressions.
    • Only in 1930-31 did it become apparent that the world was in the throes of a prolonged and deep depression.
    • Most of the worst recessions and depressions occur the year following an election.
    • He also argued that economic depressions stimulated goldmining by lowering costs and releasing labour for prospecting.
    • The severe and prolonged depression of the 1890's resulted in the decline of the slate industry and only a few men were employed.
    • Consistent with the above foundation of basic principle, the advocates of laissez-faire capitalism argue that depressions are not the result of anything inherent in the economic system.
    • Despite the severity of the depression in the international economy, standards of living did not show correspondingly steep falls.
    • According to him, the original estimate did take into account periodic recessions and depressions in the stock market.
    • The prolonged depression of the 1880s increased the pressure for change.
    • Just as the mass extinctions were associated with climatic shifts, depressions and recessions often reflect changing economic conditions.
    • Rainfall in the savannah region usually arrives between November and April in heavy bursts from monsoonal depressions or tropical cyclones.
    • Cyclonic weather with a depression centred over the UK can cause unsettled conditions in both winter and summer.
    • Frontal systems associated with depressions traveling eastwards across the ocean have a significant influence on the weather in southern South Australia during this season.
    • The most significant features of the wet season are thunderstorms, tropical cyclones and rain depressions.
    • In middle latitudes, belts of west-travelling cyclones or depressions bring rain to areas of hundreds of square kilometres.
  • 2

    (in flat surface)
    depresión feminine
  • 3

    depresión feminine
    crisis feminine
    the (Great) Depression la Gran Depresión
  • 4

    depresión atmosférica feminine
    borrasca feminine