Translation of SAD in Spanish:

SAD

TAE, n.

noun

  • 1

    TAE masculine
    • A year ago I arrived at her door sad, depressed, suicidal, and tormented by my demons.
    • For a few it is a constant companion, shading even the brightest of days, rendering them sad and melancholy.
    • Maybe it is just a character study of a sad, desperate man and his sad depressing life.
    • So if you're ever depressed, sad or lonely, go and have yourself some clear soup and get real with Dr. Phil.
    • As I saw him off at the airport, I was at once proud of him, sad and anxious - he was my little brother.
    • There was a sad, almost tearful glimmer in the older man's eyes I couldn't make out.
    • Every time I felt unhappy and sad I just ate what I wanted and made myself sick.
    • A sad guy in a blue parka shakes his head and pushes a folded bill across the counter.
    • It's sad and depressing, and I don't want it to become merely taken for granted and unremarked.
    • I can feel depressed and sad enough just knowing about tragedy in a generalized sense.
    • She cast a sad momentary glance around the room then stood up to retrieve her coat.
    • The sad depressing reality of it all is that it's far worse than it sounds.
    • The last twenty years of Plumb's life were increasingly sad, lonely and unhappy.
    • His son had been killed and he was a sad broken old man with a terrible tale to tell.
    • So, to think about if for very long is quite overwhelming, upsetting and very sad.
    • Her sad blue eyes immediately started to sparkle at the mention of the man she loved.
    • This may sound horribly sad and depressing to all you free teens but in fact I liked the quiet life.
    • The blue fish was right next to him, and he seemed kinda sad and depressed, so I bought him, too.
    • Christmas can be a sad and depressing time for many of us who will be spending it alone.
    • The woman who helped my mother was in a very sad situation, unfortunately not uncommon at the time.
    • These are not romantic, but sad stories in the annals of immigrant experiences.
    • The problem is that what the challenger had to say and do to be elected is a sad reflection of American politics today.
    • Anyone tempted to think this is a sad story of dependence would be wrong.
    • Two nights out with two of my oldest friends, each with a different and sad story about life in London in 2003.
    • The story is a sad indictment of the values now perhaps inevitably prevailing in the entertainment business.
    • But it will be a sad reflection on his stewardship of Scotland's first administration.
    • Why then should we close the pubs because of one sad and unfortunate accident in Bradshawgate?
    • It is a sad and extraordinary story, and one that needed to be told.
    • It seems to be the sad story of most weekends that the weather turns to windy.
    • The fifth column this week is a sad reflection of what journalism has come to.
    • Here in Toronto we have our own sad and terrifying story of inaction in the face of murder.
    • There was a kind of sad regret in her voice despite the practicality of her words, and her eyes betrayed what she was saying.
    • I think it is a sad reflection on society that teenage girls can get pregnant.
    • Her biography of Nietzsche is a double hagiography, comic and almost sad in its reflection of her own will to power.
    • I watch coverage of both sad stories with resignation and with great sorrow for the suffering.
    • In his autobiography Russell reports this sad interlude with agonized regret.
    • It is a sad reflection on our societies that we have to escape from reality in these ways.
    • A sad and unfortunate chain of events last night has rendered my computer useless.
    • It is a sad story and ironic in a way because so many French couples don't want children.
    • The whole sad story indicates how badly the police force has dealt with the concerns of women.
    • It could be cool, or on the other hand, it could be incredibly sad and pathetic.
    • It is a sad and pathetic world outlook that we are hearing from the National Party.
    • Human nature and its failings are given a crude inspection, at times becoming a sad, pathetic spectacle.
    • There's no shame in being on your own, but eating that sort of rubbish - now that is sad.
    • I think there a couple of pretty sad, tatty tapes from rehearsals at our parents' place.
    • I'm now in the sad position of not having a pair of pants left that don't require a degree of cinching under my belt.
    • It's a sad and pathetic conclusion but I see no evidence that suggests any different.
    • I'd just go back to my hotel and eat a sad grilled cheese sandwich and watch something depressing on television.
    • John Sweeney has attempted a sad little smear against his foe which rebounded in terrible fashion on him.
    • I'm sure that I'm sounding like either a pathetic lovelorn teenager or a sad bitter queen.
    • The sad thing about finishing second at the Masters is that you are so easily forgotten
    • Food shopping as I've said before is one of the highlights of my pathetically sad week.
    • A goal by senior player Tony Scroope after just 90 seconds proved a sad indicator of the mismatch.
    • The women defending the practice of underage sex seem terribly sad to me.
    • Well, if you want to know how sad and pathetic a scene it was, you can get the same feeling here.
    • It is no art, just a sad, quite sad, attempt at craft, clever and crude, for commerce.
    • I now feel sad and inadequate that I don't have enough bookmarks to make filing and indexing them an issue.
    • It's sad that they leave rubbish behind and equally sad that the resources of the council have to be deployed to clear it up.
    • Even if you are very successful in other areas, your poor sad mind is not being given a chance to be free.

    seasonal affective disorder


Translation of sad in Spanish:

sad

triste, adj.

Pronunciation: /sæd//sad/

adjective

  • 1

    (unhappy)
    (face/person) triste
    (expression) triste
    (expression) de tristeza
    to feel sad estar / sentirse triste
    • I was very sad at the news of his death la noticia de su muerte me entristeció / me apenó mucho
    • he came away a sadder but wiser person la triste experiencia le sirvió de lección
  • 2

    (causing grief)
    (news/loss) triste
    how sad! ¡qué pena!
  • 3

    (regrettable, deplorable)
    he made a sad mistake when he married her cometió un error lamentable al casarse con ella
    • the sad fact is that … la triste realidad es que …
    • this has been a sad day for sportsmanship ha sido un día triste / aciago para el deporte
    • it's a very sad state of affairs es una situación lamentable
    • sad to say desgraciadamente
  • 4

    (poor, feeble)
    (showing/performance/effort) que deja mucho que desear
    (performance/effort/showing) bastante malo
    he made a rather sad attempt at a joke quiso hacer un chiste y le salió mal
  • 5

    (drab)
    (color) triste
    (color) apagado