English → English - gloom

Pronunciation
n. darkness, dimness; sadness, depression, melancholy
v. act depressed, be gloomy, be sad; become dark, become dim

English → Spanish - gloom

Pronunciation
s. tristeza, desesperanza; penumbra, caligne, lobreguez, lugubrez, morriña, obscuridad, tenebrosidad
v. oscurecer; oscurecerse; entristecer; entristecerse

English → French - gloom

Pronunciation
n. obscurité; ténèbres; tristesse; morosité; dépression
v. être dans les ténèbres, devenir ténébreux; attrister; être attristé

English → German - gloom

Pronunciation
n. Dunkel; Düsterkeit; düstere Stimmung; Trübsinn, Depression
v. traurig blicken; düster blicken; traurig werden

English → Indonesian - gloom

Pronunciation
n. kegelapan, kekelaman, zulmat, kesuraman, kemurungan, kesedihan

English → Italian - gloom

Pronunciation
s. buio, tenebre, oscurità; (fig) tristezza, malinconia, tetraggine, depressione
v. avere l'aria triste; avere l'aria depressa; oscurarsi, offuscarsi, rabbuiarsi

English → Polish - gloom

Pronunciation
n. ciemność, mrok, ponurość, posępność, przygnębienie, ponury nastrój, osowiałość
v. zasnuć się, sponurzeć

English → Portuguese - gloom

Pronunciation
s. obscuridade (no céu); trevas; melancolia; tristeza; aborto
v. tornar sombrio; tornar-se sombrio; entristecer; entristecer-se

English → Romanian - gloom

Pronunciation
n. întunecime, beznă, tristeţe, melancolie, umbră, obscuritate, jale
v. întuneca, înnora: se înnora, posomorî

English → Russian - gloom

Pronunciation
с. мрак, подавленное настроение, темнота, тьма, мрачность, хмурость, уныние
г. хмуриться, заволакиваться, омрачать; вызывать уныние; иметь унылый вид

English → Turkish - gloom

Pronunciation
i. karanlık, kasvet, hüzün, sıkıntı, sıkıntılı bakış, belirsizlik, kararma, hüzün çökme

English → Ukrainian - gloom

Pronunciation
n. темрява, похмурість, морок, понурість
v. хмаритися, засмучуватися, нахмурюватися

English → Dutch - gloom

Pronunciation
zn. duisternis; zwaarmoedigheid, somberheid, depressie
ww. halfduister worden/zijn; mistroostig worden/zijn; verdonkeren; versomberen

English → Greek - gloom

Pronunciation
ουσ. σκοτεινιά, σκότος, κατήφεια
ρήμ. ζοφώ

English → Arabic - gloom

Pronunciation
‏غم، كآبة، ظلام، مكان مظلم‏
‏إغتم، إكتأب، عبس، ظلم، حزن‏

English → Chinese - gloom

Pronunciation
(名) 忧沉, 幽暗
(动) 变忧沉, 变黑暗; 使黑暗, 使忧郁

English → Chinese - gloom

Pronunciation
(名) 憂沈, 幽暗
(動) 變憂沈, 變黑暗; 使黑暗, 使憂鬱

English → Hindi - gloom

Pronunciation
n. अन्धकार, धूंधलापन, तम, विषाद, उदासी, उत्साहहीनता, अवसाद

English → Japanese - gloom

Pronunciation
(名) 暗がり; 憂うつ; 深い悲しみ
(動) 暗くなる; 顔を曇らせる; 陰気になる; 悲しむ

English → Korean - gloom

Pronunciation
명. 어둠, 암흑; 암울함, 슬픔, 우울함
동. 어둑어둑해지다, 어둡게 하다

English → Vietnamese - gloom

Pronunciation
n. bóng tối, chổ tối, sự ảm đạm
v. nhăn mặt, tối sầm lại, ưu sầu

Definition of gloom

Pronunciation
Noun
1. Darkness, dimness or obscurity.
The gloom of a forest, or of midnight
2. A melancholy, depressing or despondent atmosphere.
3. Cloudiness or heaviness of mind; melancholy; aspect of sorrow; low spirits; dullness.
4. A drying oven used in gunpowder manufacture.
Verb
5. To be dark or gloomy.
6. To look or feel sad, sullen or despondent.
7. To render gloomy or dark; to obscure; to darken.
8. To fill with gloom; to make sad, dismal, or sullen.
9. To shine or appear obscurely or imperfectly; to glimmer.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: glooming
Present: gloom (3.person: glooms)
Past: gloomed
Future: will gloom
Present conditional: would gloom
Present Perfect: have gloomed (3.person: has gloomed)
Past Perfect: had gloomed
Future Perfect: will have gloomed
Past conditional: would have gloomed
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