English → English - dispirited

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adj. downhearted, discouraged, despondent, dejected

English → Spanish - dispirited

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adj. desanimado, deprimido, desalentado

English → French - dispirited

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adj. déprimé, désespéré

English → German - dispirited

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[dispirit] v. entmutigen, abschrecken
adj. mutlos, demrimiert

English → Indonesian - dispirited

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a. sedih, putus asa, kecil hati

English → Italian - dispirited

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agg. scoraggiato, abbattuto

English → Polish - dispirited

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a. przygnębiony

English → Portuguese - dispirited

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adj. desanimado, deprimido, desalentado

English → Romanian - dispirited

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a. abătut, trist

English → Russian - dispirited

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прил. удрученный

English → Turkish - dispirited

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s. moralsiz, keyifsiz, neşesiz; cesaretsiz

English → Ukrainian - dispirited

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a. засмучений, безживний, зварений, пригнічений

English → Dutch - dispirited

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bn. somber, mistroostig

English → Greek - dispirited

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επίθ. αποκαρδιωμένος, αποθαρρυμένος

English → Arabic - dispirited

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‏مثبط، كئيب‏

English → Chinese - dispirited

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(形) 沮丧的; 丧志的

English → Chinese - dispirited

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(形) 沮喪的; 喪志的

English → Hindi - dispirited

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a. मायूस, उदास, उदासीन, खिन्न

English → Japanese - dispirited

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(形) 元気のない
(動) がっかりさせる

English → Korean - dispirited

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형. 기가 꺾인, 낙심한

English → Vietnamese - dispirited

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a. chán nản

Definition of dispirited

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Adjective
1. Filled with melancholy and despondency .
Gloomy at the thought of what he had to face.
Gloomy predictions.
A gloomy silence.
Took a grim view of the economy.
The darkening mood.
Lonely and blue in a strange city.
Depressed by the loss of his job.
A dispirited and resigned expression on her face.
Downcast after his defeat.
2. Marked by low spirits; showing no enthusiasm.
A dispirited and divided Party.
Reacted to the crisis with listless resignation.
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