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  • 1 deprimente

    adj.
    1 depressing.
    2 depressive, depressing, sickening, dismal.
    m.
    depressant.
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    1 depressing
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    adj.
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    * * *
    adjetivo depressing
    * * *
    = gloomy [gloomier -comp., gloomiest -sup.], depressing, dreary [drearier -comp., dreariest -sup.], dispiriting, dingy [dingier -comp., dingiest -sup.].
    Ex. In spite of gloomy conditions thoughtful library leaders are saying that opportunities have never been more promising.
    Ex. Since 1963 they have produced their own bibliographic listings with various degrees of efficiency and comprehensiveness but usually with the same depressing tardiness in recording new publications which has so beset the UNDEX listings.
    Ex. The city was considered to be seedy (decayed, littered, grimy, and dreary), crowded, busy, and strongly idiosyncratic (quaint, historic, colorful, and full of 'atmosphere').
    Ex. What is so dispiriting about this painting is that rather than being created in order to be challenging or even inspiring, it's intended only to be comforting.
    Ex. Shortly after he began as director, he moved the library from a dingy Carnegie mausoleum to a downtown department store that had become vacant.
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    * de manera deprimente = sombrely [somberly, -USA].
    * Nombre + deprimente = depressingly + Adjetivo.
    * * *
    adjetivo depressing
    * * *
    = gloomy [gloomier -comp., gloomiest -sup.], depressing, dreary [drearier -comp., dreariest -sup.], dispiriting, dingy [dingier -comp., dingiest -sup.].

    Ex: In spite of gloomy conditions thoughtful library leaders are saying that opportunities have never been more promising.

    Ex: Since 1963 they have produced their own bibliographic listings with various degrees of efficiency and comprehensiveness but usually with the same depressing tardiness in recording new publications which has so beset the UNDEX listings.
    Ex: The city was considered to be seedy (decayed, littered, grimy, and dreary), crowded, busy, and strongly idiosyncratic (quaint, historic, colorful, and full of 'atmosphere').
    Ex: What is so dispiriting about this painting is that rather than being created in order to be challenging or even inspiring, it's intended only to be comforting.
    Ex: Shortly after he began as director, he moved the library from a dingy Carnegie mausoleum to a downtown department store that had become vacant.
    * de manera deprimente = sombrely [somberly, -USA].
    * Nombre + deprimente = depressingly + Adjetivo.

    * * *
    depressing
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    deprimente adjetivo
    depressing
    deprimente adjetivo depressing: nos contó una historia muy deprimente, he told us a very depressing story
    la habitación era deprimente, it was a gloomy room
    ' deprimente' also found in these entries:
    English:
    bleak
    - depressing
    - depressingly
    - downer
    - gloomy
    - miserable
    - dismal
    - dreary
    * * *
    depressing
    * * *
    adj depressing
    * * *
    : depressing
    * * *
    deprimente adj depressing

    Spanish-English dictionary > deprimente

  • 2 lúgubre

    adj.
    lugubrious, dreary, funereal, gloomy.
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    1 (triste) bleak, lugubrious; (fúnebre) sombre (US somber), mournful
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    ADJ (=triste) mournful, lugubrious frm, dismal; [voz, tono] sombre, somber (EEUU), mournful
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    adjetivo <habitación/ambiente/persona> gloomy, lugubrious (liter); <rostro/voz/paisaje> gloomy
    * * *
    = gloomy [gloomier -comp., gloomiest -sup.], grim [grimmer -comp., grimmest -sup.], grim-faced, dreary [drearier -comp., dreariest -sup.], spooky [spookier -comp., spookiest -sup.], spine-tingling, doleful, lugubrious.
    Ex. In spite of gloomy conditions thoughtful library leaders are saying that opportunities have never been more promising.
    Ex. Anita Schiller's own grim conclusion was that 'These two opposing and often inimical views, when incorporated within reference service, often reduce overall effectiveness'.
    Ex. In the English language, people are described as grim, while in Journalese they are referred to as being ' grim-faced'.
    Ex. The city was considered to be seedy (decayed, littered, grimy, and dreary), crowded, busy, and strongly idiosyncratic (quaint, historic, colorful, and full of 'atmosphere').
    Ex. Records are even being sold with terrifying sounds designed to create a ' spooky' atmosphere at home.
    Ex. This is a spine-tingling collection of real haunted houses and spooky ghost stories.
    Ex. This year will go down as the most depressing doleful Christmas I've ever had.
    Ex. Such epigones seldom present more than a lugubrious rehash and potpourri of their idols.
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    * de un modo lúgubre = spookily.
    * * *
    adjetivo <habitación/ambiente/persona> gloomy, lugubrious (liter); <rostro/voz/paisaje> gloomy
    * * *
    = gloomy [gloomier -comp., gloomiest -sup.], grim [grimmer -comp., grimmest -sup.], grim-faced, dreary [drearier -comp., dreariest -sup.], spooky [spookier -comp., spookiest -sup.], spine-tingling, doleful, lugubrious.

    Ex: In spite of gloomy conditions thoughtful library leaders are saying that opportunities have never been more promising.

    Ex: Anita Schiller's own grim conclusion was that 'These two opposing and often inimical views, when incorporated within reference service, often reduce overall effectiveness'.
    Ex: In the English language, people are described as grim, while in Journalese they are referred to as being ' grim-faced'.
    Ex: The city was considered to be seedy (decayed, littered, grimy, and dreary), crowded, busy, and strongly idiosyncratic (quaint, historic, colorful, and full of 'atmosphere').
    Ex: Records are even being sold with terrifying sounds designed to create a ' spooky' atmosphere at home.
    Ex: This is a spine-tingling collection of real haunted houses and spooky ghost stories.
    Ex: This year will go down as the most depressing doleful Christmas I've ever had.
    Ex: Such epigones seldom present more than a lugubrious rehash and potpourri of their idols.
    * de un modo lúgubre = spookily.

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    ‹habitación/ambiente› gloomy, dismal, lugubrious ( liter); ‹persona› gloomy, somber*, lugubrious ( liter); ‹paisaje› gloomy, dismal; ‹rostro/voz› gloomy, mournful, somber*
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    lúgubre adjetivo
    gloomy
    lúgubre adjetivo dismail, lugubrious
    ' lúgubre' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sombrío
    English:
    cheerless
    - dingy
    - dismal
    - doleful
    - dreary
    - grim
    - mournful
    - somber
    - sombre
    - desolate
    - gloomy
    - lugubrious
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    1. [triste, melancólico] [semblante, expresión] gloomy, mournful;
    [pensamiento, tono] gloomy, sombre
    2. [fúnebre] [idea, relato] morbid;
    [voz] sepulchral
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    adj gloomy
    * * *
    : gloomy, lugubrious
    * * *
    lúgubre adj gloomy [comp. gloomier; superl. gloomiest] / grim [comp. grimmer; superl. grimmest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > lúgubre

  • 3 pesimista

    adj.
    pessimistic.
    f. & m.
    pessimist.
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    1 pessimistic
    1 pessimist
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    1. adj. 2. noun mf.
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    1.
    2.
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    I
    adjetivo pessimistic
    II
    masculino y femenino pessimist
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    = pessimist, pessimistic, sombre [somber, -USA], gloomy [gloomier -comp., gloomiest -sup.], doomsayer, negativist, worryguts, worrywart, worrypot.
    Ex. Only an incurable pessimist would refuse to concede that the future will be longer than the past.
    Ex. As the sales figures show, DC is very much alive, despite pessimistic forecasts in the 1960s.
    Ex. The major source of national library resourcing remains central governments and the general picture of funding is sombre.
    Ex. In spite of gloomy conditions thoughtful library leaders are saying that opportunities have never been more promising.
    Ex. Doomsayers persist in the belief that the book world has been overrun by philistinism.
    Ex. For this reason, I will probably not vote in the London mayoral election at all and this doesn't make me a whinging negativist dweeb.
    Ex. He is far too young to be such a worryguts.
    Ex. The incidence of banks going belly-up is pretty rare, but for worrywarts, it's nice to know the government will take care of you if something happens.
    Ex. Some of the characters in the play are barking mad and the Mayor is a worrypot!.
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    * de modo pesimista = gloomily.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo pessimistic
    II
    masculino y femenino pessimist
    * * *
    = pessimist, pessimistic, sombre [somber, -USA], gloomy [gloomier -comp., gloomiest -sup.], doomsayer, negativist, worryguts, worrywart, worrypot.

    Ex: Only an incurable pessimist would refuse to concede that the future will be longer than the past.

    Ex: As the sales figures show, DC is very much alive, despite pessimistic forecasts in the 1960s.
    Ex: The major source of national library resourcing remains central governments and the general picture of funding is sombre.
    Ex: In spite of gloomy conditions thoughtful library leaders are saying that opportunities have never been more promising.
    Ex: Doomsayers persist in the belief that the book world has been overrun by philistinism.
    Ex: For this reason, I will probably not vote in the London mayoral election at all and this doesn't make me a whinging negativist dweeb.
    Ex: He is far too young to be such a worryguts.
    Ex: The incidence of banks going belly-up is pretty rare, but for worrywarts, it's nice to know the government will take care of you if something happens.
    Ex: Some of the characters in the play are barking mad and the Mayor is a worrypot!.
    * de modo pesimista = gloomily.

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    pessimistic
    pessimist
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    pesimista adjetivo
    pessimistic
    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    pessimist
    pesimista
    I adjetivo pessimistic
    II mf pessimist
    ' pesimista' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    tender
    English:
    gloomily
    - gloomy
    - pessimist
    - pessimistic
    - somber
    - sombre
    * * *
    adj
    pessimistic
    nmf
    pessimist
    * * *
    I adj pessimistic
    II m/f pessimist
    * * *
    : pessimistic
    : pessimist
    * * *
    pesimista1 adj pessimistic
    pesimista2 n pessimist

    Spanish-English dictionary > pesimista

  • 4 triste

    adj.
    1 sad (person).
    no te pongas triste don't be sad
    2 sad (que entristece) (noticia, suceso).
    es triste que… it's sad o a shame that…
    ofrecen un triste espectáculo they present a sorry spectacle
    3 poor (humilde).
    un triste viejo a poor old man
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    1 (infeliz) sad, unhappy; (futuro) bleak
    2 (oscuro, sombrío) gloomy, dismal
    3 (único) single, only
    4 (insignificante) poor, humble
    \
    es triste que... it's a pity...
    hacer un triste papel to cut a sorry figure
    poner triste a alguien to make somebody sad
    ponerse triste to become sad
    triste futuro bleak future
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    adj.
    1) sad, blue, gloomy
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=entristecido) [persona] sad; (=desgraciado) miserable; [carácter] gloomy, melancholy

    poner triste a algn — to make sb sad, make sb unhappy, make sb miserable

    2) (=entristecedor) [noticia, canción] sad; [paisaje] dismal, desolate; [cuarto] gloomy
    3) * (=mustio) [flor] withered
    4) (=lamentable) sad, sorry

    es triste no poder irit's a pity o shame we can't go

    la triste verdad es que... — the sad truth is that...

    5) (=insignificante) miserable
    6) And (=tímido) shy, timid
    2.
    SM LAm (=canción) sad love song
    * * *
    1)
    a) [ESTAR] ( afligido) < persona> sad
    b) <expresión/mirada> sad, sorrowful
    c) [SER] ( que causa tristeza) <historia/película/noticia> sad; <paisaje/color> dismal, gloomy; <lugar/ambiente> gloomy

    un día nublado y triste — a miserable, cloudy day

    2) (delante del n) (miserable, insignificante) miserable
    * * *
    = bleak, sad, sagging, wistful, depressing, glum, miserable, morose, doleful.
    Ex. The projections of qualified manpower into the year 2000 are bleak for personnel based industries.
    Ex. Tom Hernandez tried not to show how sad he felt about his friends' leaving, and managed to keep up a cheerful facade until the party broke up.
    Ex. It was obvious that Balzac's enthusiasm for the grant lifted his spirits up from their normal sagging state.
    Ex. A wistful look appeared in his eyes as he lingered over memories of President Langeford.
    Ex. Since 1963 they have produced their own bibliographic listings with various degrees of efficiency and comprehensiveness but usually with the same depressing tardiness in recording new publications which has so beset the UNDEX listings.
    Ex. Children no less than adults are subject to fits of boredom, to times when they feel glum or restless when everything they usually enjoy lacks attraction, purpose or pleasure.
    Ex. Sometimes of an evening, after my miserable journeyings through the day, I would stand for hours in the Strand, leaning against the shutters of a closed shop, and watching the compositors at work by gaslight on the opposite side of the way, upon a morning paper.
    Ex. His limber writing consequentializes the inconsequential, and there is not one morose moment in his work, no hint of sourness.
    Ex. This year will go down as the most depressing doleful Christmas I've ever had.
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    * Caballero de la Triste Figura, el = Knight of the Doleful Countenance, the.
    * caso triste = sad story.
    * la triste realidad es que = the sad fact is (that).
    * triste de admitir = sad to relate.
    * triste realidad = fact of life.
    * triste realidad, la = sad truth, the.
    * triste recordatorio = painful reminder.
    * * *
    1)
    a) [ESTAR] ( afligido) < persona> sad
    b) <expresión/mirada> sad, sorrowful
    c) [SER] ( que causa tristeza) <historia/película/noticia> sad; <paisaje/color> dismal, gloomy; <lugar/ambiente> gloomy

    un día nublado y triste — a miserable, cloudy day

    2) (delante del n) (miserable, insignificante) miserable
    * * *
    = bleak, sad, sagging, wistful, depressing, glum, miserable, morose, doleful.

    Ex: The projections of qualified manpower into the year 2000 are bleak for personnel based industries.

    Ex: Tom Hernandez tried not to show how sad he felt about his friends' leaving, and managed to keep up a cheerful facade until the party broke up.
    Ex: It was obvious that Balzac's enthusiasm for the grant lifted his spirits up from their normal sagging state.
    Ex: A wistful look appeared in his eyes as he lingered over memories of President Langeford.
    Ex: Since 1963 they have produced their own bibliographic listings with various degrees of efficiency and comprehensiveness but usually with the same depressing tardiness in recording new publications which has so beset the UNDEX listings.
    Ex: Children no less than adults are subject to fits of boredom, to times when they feel glum or restless when everything they usually enjoy lacks attraction, purpose or pleasure.
    Ex: Sometimes of an evening, after my miserable journeyings through the day, I would stand for hours in the Strand, leaning against the shutters of a closed shop, and watching the compositors at work by gaslight on the opposite side of the way, upon a morning paper.
    Ex: His limber writing consequentializes the inconsequential, and there is not one morose moment in his work, no hint of sourness.
    Ex: This year will go down as the most depressing doleful Christmas I've ever had.
    * Caballero de la Triste Figura, el = Knight of the Doleful Countenance, the.
    * caso triste = sad story.
    * la triste realidad es que = the sad fact is (that).
    * triste de admitir = sad to relate.
    * triste realidad = fact of life.
    * triste realidad, la = sad truth, the.
    * triste recordatorio = painful reminder.

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    A
    1 [ ESTAR] (afligido) ‹persona› sad
    esa música me pone triste that music makes me sad
    se puso muy triste cuando se lo dije he was very sad o unhappy when I told him
    ¿qué te pasa? te noto tristón ( fam); what's the matter? you look miserable o sad
    2 ‹expresión/mirada› sad, sorrowful
    tiene la mirada triste he has a sad look in his eyes
    3 [ SER] (que causa tristeza) ‹historia/película/noticia› sad; ‹paisaje/color› dismal, gloomy
    un día nublado y triste a miserable, cloudy day
    el cuarto se ve muy triste con esas cortinas those curtains make the room look very dreary o gloomy
    B ( delante del n) (miserable, insignificante) miserable
    es la triste realidad it's the sad truth, sadly, that's the way it is
    tenía ante sí un triste futuro he faced an unhappy o a wretched future
    por cuatro tristes pesos for a few miserable o ( colloq) measly pesos
    hizo un triste papel he made a fool of himself, he performed poorly
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    triste adjetivo
    1
    a) [ESTAR] ‹ persona sad;


    b)expresión/mirada sad, sorrowful

    c) [SER] ( que causa tristeza) ‹historia/película/noticia sad;

    paisaje/color dismal, gloomy;
    lugar/ambiente gloomy
    2 ( delante del n) (miserable, insignificante) miserable;

    es la triste realidad it's the sad truth
    triste adjetivo
    1 sad
    2 (paisaje, habitación, etc) gloomy, dismal
    3 (penoso) es triste reconocerlo, it's sad to admit it
    4 (insignificante, simple) single: no tenemos ni un triste limón en la nevera, we haven't got a single lemon in the fridge
    ' triste' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alicaída
    - alicaído
    - alma
    - cabizbaja
    - cabizbajo
    - deshecha
    - deshecho
    - destrozada
    - destrozado
    - fúnebre
    - negra
    - negro
    - pachucha
    - pachucho
    - polvo
    - sombría
    - sombrío
    - taciturna
    - taciturno
    - abatido
    - compungido
    - dejo
    - desolador
    - espectáculo
    - mirada
    - notar
    - penoso
    - poner
    - tanto
    English:
    blue
    - cheerless
    - dismal
    - doleful
    - downbeat
    - face
    - feel
    - forlorn
    - gloomy
    - leaden
    - lonesome
    - make
    - miserable
    - outwardly
    - rueful
    - sad
    - sorrowful
    - sorry
    - unhappy
    - wan
    - woeful
    - infamous
    - melancholy
    - note
    - obviously
    - pine
    - tearful
    * * *
    triste adj
    1. [entristecido] [persona] sad;
    ¿por qué estás triste? why are you looking so sad?;
    esa canción me pone triste that song makes me feel sad;
    no te pongas triste don't be sad;
    era un hombre triste y amargado he was a sad and embittered man
    2. [que entristece] [noticia, suceso] sad;
    [día, tiempo, paisaje] gloomy, dreary; [color, vestido, luz] dull, dreary;
    tiene los ojos tristes she has sad eyes
    3. [deplorable] sad;
    es triste que una empresa como ésa tenga que cerrar it's sad o a shame that a firm like that should have to close down
    4. [doloroso] sorry;
    los jueces ofrecen un triste espectáculo the judges present a sorry spectacle;
    el equipo hizo un triste papel the team gave a poor showing
    5. [humilde] poor;
    un triste viejo a poor old man;
    no es más que un triste empleado he's nothing but a humble worker
    6. [insignificante]
    un triste sueldo a miserable salary;
    nos dio dos tristes aceitunas he gave us two measly olives;
    es un triste consuelo it's small consolation, it's cold comfort;
    ni un triste… not a single…;
    ni una triste excusa not one single excuse;
    no tengo ni una triste radio I haven't even got a lousy radio
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    adj sad
    * * *
    triste adj
    1) : sad, gloomy
    ponerse triste: to become sad
    2) : desolate, dismal
    una perspectiva triste: a dismal outlook
    3) : sorry, sorry-looking
    la triste verdad: the sorry truth
    * * *
    triste adj
    1. (en general) sad [comp. sadder; superl. saddest]
    2. (lugar) gloomy [comp. gloomier; superl. gloomiest]
    una casa triste y oscura a dark, gloomy house

    Spanish-English dictionary > triste

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