Translation of glum in Spanish:


cabizbajo, adj.

Pronunciation /ɡləm//ɡlʌm/

adjectiveglummest, glummer

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    (person/expression) cabizbajo
    (person/expression) apesadumbrado
    you look very glum today hoy te veo muy tristona / apagada
    • He made a concerted effort to smile his way out of his understandably glum expression while I tried to say what I wanted to say in the right kind of way.
    • There are a few glum faces after a round of job cuts.
    • Many readers are probably in a glum mood this morning, what with the world trade talks at a seeming impasse.
    • No glum faces, no fake sincerity or hypocritical concern for those he left behind; just an excuse to celebrate the crazy fool.
    • I remember being glum and depressed, at first, about the new ethos of the early eighties.
    • I saw her reappear near her seat a few minutes later, looking sort of glum.
    • The original Edinburgh International Festival was dreamt up as an antidote to the glum aftermath of the Second World War.
    • Everyone looks very glum all the time, for no good reason, and everyone is very elongated.
    • What's the point in going out for a coffee if you're going to sit there all glum and miserable?
    • It was not hard to notice the glum expression on her face, though he could not understand what it was that was bothering her.
    • That was beastly uncomfortable, and made me even more glum.
    • Next time I get too cranky and glum, will someone please remind me of these words I wrote today?
    • After a minute he hung up the phone with a glum expression on his face and went back to driving meticulously.
    • I was a little glum at the thought of walking back up but it's wonderful what the promise of a farmhouse lunch can conjure up in the way of fortitude.
    • When the three speakers heard what I said, two of them looked quite glum but the third one got up and said that he got it totally wrong.
    • We are so German that, going back, we think we must look the part - glum and serious and sincere.
    • Carrie is looking so glum that it's hard to believe they haven't already told her she's going.
    • She didn't want to, which was why she wore a glum expression as she examined herself.
    • He's got a glum expression on his face making his lips form a straight line and his eyes frown.
    • The cinema trend has been the same - it looked pretty glum at times, but we've ended 2003 with a piece of cinema history.