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de·pressed

 (dĭ-prĕst′)
adj.
1.
a. Feeling or characterized by sadness or dejection: depressed after losing her job; a depressed mood.
b. Affected with depression as a mood disorder.
2. Sunk below the surrounding region: the depressed center of a crater.
3. Lower in amount, degree, or position: Oil reserves were at depressed levels because of increasing industrial demands.
4.
a. Sluggish in growth or activity: a depressed sector of the economy.
b. Suffering from social and economic hardship: a depressed region.
5. Botany Flattened downward, as if pressed from above.
6. Zoology Flattened along the dorsal and ventral surfaces.
Synonyms: depressed, blue, dejected, despondent, disconsolate, dispirited, downcast, downhearted
These adjectives mean affected or marked by low spirits: depressed by the loss of his job; lonely and blue in a strange city; is dejected but trying to look cheerful; the despondent supporters of the losing candidate; the disconsolate leaders of a besieged town; dispirited workers facing a plant closing; looked downcast after his defeat; a downhearted patient who welcomed visitors.

depressed

(dɪˈprɛst)
adj
1. (Psychology) low in spirits; downcast; despondent
2. lower than the surrounding surface
3. pressed down or flattened
4. (Economics) Also: distressed characterized by relative economic hardship, such as unemployment: a depressed area.
5. lowered in force, intensity, or amount
6. (Botany) (of plant parts) flattened as though pressed from above
7. (Zoology) zoology flattened from top to bottom: the depressed bill of the spoonbill.

de•pressed

(dɪˈprɛst)

adj.
1. sad and gloomy; downcast.
2. Psychiatry. suffering from depression.
3. pressed down, or situated lower than the general surface.
4. lowered in force, amount, etc.
5. undergoing economic hardship, esp. poverty and unemployment.
6. Bot., Zool. flattened down; greater in width than in height.
[1375–1425]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.depressed - lower than previously; "the market is depressed"; "prices are down"
low - less than normal in degree or intensity or amount; "low prices"; "the reservoir is low"
2.depressed - flattened downward as if pressed from above or flattened along the dorsal and ventral surfaces
biological science, biology - the science that studies living organisms
thin - of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section; "thin wire"; "a thin chiffon blouse"; "a thin book"; "a thin layer of paint"
3.depressed - 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"; "feeling discouraged and downhearted"
dejected - affected or marked by low spirits; "is dejected but trying to look cheerful"

depressed

adjective
2. poverty-stricken, poor, deprived, distressed, disadvantaged, run-down, impoverished, needy, destitute, down at heel attempts to encourage investment in depressed areas
3. lowered, devalued, weakened, impaired, depreciated, cheapened We need to prevent further falls in already depressed prices.
4. sunken, hollow, recessed, set back, indented, concave Manual pressure is applied to a depressed point on the body.

depressed

adjective
Translations
حَزينكَئيب، حَزينيُخَفِّض الأسْعار في السوق
deprimovanýoslabený
deprimereti dårligt humør
masentunuttaantuma
deprimiran
lanyha
dapursem samdráttur hefur orîiî í
意気消沈した
기운이 없는
oslabený
potrt
deprimerad
หดหู่
chán nản

depressed

[dɪˈprest] ADJ
1. [person] → deprimido, abatido
to feel depressed (about sth)estar deprimido or abatido (por algo)
to get depressed (about sth)deprimirse (por algo)
2. (Fin) [market, economy, industry] → deprimido
the government has tried to reduce unemployment in depressed areasel gobierno ha intentado reducir el desempleo de las zonas deprimidas
share prices were depressed following the announcementlos precios de las acciones habían caído tras el anuncio
3. (Med) (frm) [bone] → hundido; [immune system] → disminuido
a depressed fractureuna fractura por aplastamiento

depressed

[dɪˈprɛst] adj
(= unhappy) → déprimé(e), abattu(e)
to feel depressed → être déprimé(e), se sentir déprimé(e)
I'm feeling depressed → Je suis déprimé.
to get depressed → se démoraliser
(MEDICINE)dépressif/ive
to become depressed → faire une dépression
to be clinically depressed → être dépressif/ive
(= run-down) [area] → en déclin
[market, trade] → déprimé(e)
to remain depressed [prices] → rester bas; [industry] → demeurer en déclin

depressed

adj
(= despondent)deprimiert (→ about über +acc); (Med) → depressiv; to look depressedniedergeschlagen or bedrückt aussehen; to feel depressedsich deprimiert or niedergeschlagen fühlen
(Econ: = run-down) marketflau, schleppend; economy, industrygeschwächt; regionNot leidend; share pricesfallend; salesrückläufig; depressed areaNotstandsgebiet nt; the depressed state of the property marketdie schlechte Marktlage bei Immobilien
(form: = sunken) → tief liegend

depressed

[dɪˈprɛst] adj
a. (person) → depresso/a
to feel depressed → sentirsi depresso/a
to get depressed → deprimersi
b. (area) → depresso/a; (industry) → in crisi (Fin) (market, trade) → stagnante, in ribasso

depress

(diˈpres) verb
1. to make sad or gloomy. I am always depressed by wet weather.
2. to make less active. This drug depresses the action of the heart.
deˈpressed adjective
1. sad or unhappy. The news made me very depressed.
2. made less active. the depressed state of the stock market.
deˈpressing adjective
tending to make one sad or gloomy. What a depressing piece of news!
deˈpression (-ʃən) noun
1. a state of sadness and low spirits. She was treated by the doctor for depression.
2. lack of activity in trade. the depression of the 1930s.
3. an area of low pressure in the atmosphere. The bad weather is caused by a depression.
4. a hollow.

depressed

حَزين deprimovaný deprimeret deprimiert θλιμμένος deprimido masentunut déprimé deprimiran depresso 意気消沈した 기운이 없는 depressief nedtrykt przygnębiony deprimido угнетенный deprimerad หดหู่ canı sıkkın chán nản 抑郁的

de·pressed

a. deprimido-a, abatido-a;
vi.
to become ___deprimirse.

depressed

adj deprimido; to get o become — deprimirse
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The Eagle was much depressed in spirits by the change.
Yet somehow I feel depressed when I read it, for I seem now to have grown twice as old as I was when I penned its concluding lines.
I have noted it, in my History of King Henry the Seventh of England, who depressed bis nobility; whereupon it came to pass, that his times were full of difficulties and troubles; for the nobility, though they continued loyal unto him, yet did they not co-operate with him in his business.
This depressed and depressing frame of mind had lasted until the eventful day dawned on which Rebecca was to arrive.
Jane's frame of mind was naturally depressed and timorous, having been affected by Miranda's gloomy presages of evil to come.
But he rode with a sensitive "loose curb," and quickly, but not too quickly, he shifted the angles of his wing-tips, depressed the front horizontal rudder, and swung over the rear vertical rudder to meet the tilting thrust of the wind.
With steady head and hand, he depressed the forward horizontal rudder--just recklessly enough and not a fraction more--and the monoplane dived head foremost and sharply down the void.
He reefed hastily to the uttermost, and at the same time depressed the angle of his flight to meet that upward surge.
Rescued from death in the Arctic wastes, and reunited to a beautiful wife, the lieutenant looked, nevertheless, unaccountably anxious and depressed.
These were the reflections which now troubled Crayford, and which presented him, after his rescue, in the strangely inappropriate character of a depressed and anxious man.
This article made a great deal of noise, and, being copied into all the papers, seriously depressed the advocates of the rash tourist.
This finding provides the first direct evidence that purely environmental factors can promote depression in the children of depressed women, says a team led by psychologist Erin Tully of the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.