Abatido in english
abatido = disheartened ; depressed ; abject ; despondent ; abjected ; dispirited ; hipped ; dejected ; downcast ; low-spirited ; in low spirits ; out of spirits ; down in the mouth ; downhearted ; down in the dumps ; in (the) doldrums.Example: This paper describes a case study where a proposal by the city manager to cut the budget of the public library by 40% has left the library director very disheartened.Example: As I said in the study I did on the subject analysis of nonbook materials, the problem that librarians and media specialists felt most depressed about was the cataloging of music recordings.Example: Her art works incorporate such abject materials as dirt, hair, excrement, dead animals, menstrual blood and rotting food in order to confront taboo issues of gender and sexuality.Example: Perhaps those who come from the smaller nations feel even more despondent about their plight.Example: In this study of sapphism in the British novel, Moore often directs our attention to the periphery of sapphic romances, when an abjected body suffers on behalf of the stainless heroine.Example: The text around the rim of the teacup, from Marcel Proust, reads: 'Dispirited after a dreary day, with the prospect of a depressing morrow'.Example: His in danger of becoming hipped, a prey to his own doubts and fears, and unable to accomplish anything in life beyond catering to his own morbid fancies.Example: Barefoot, unkempt, malnourished and dejected, they fend not only for themselves, but for their families as well by scavenging in garbage dumps.Example: The poor little Grub was more confused than ever and he looked so downcast that the Frog took pity on him.Example: She replied that she could not imagine what it was that made her so low-spirited and that she shed tears without knowing why.Example: If you have felt in low spirits or sad during the last two weeks put a tick in the third box from the left in the first row.Example: It was rather a surprise to her to find Mary alone; but being alone, her being unwell and out of spirits was almost a matter of course.Example: He was down in the mouth and I could not cheer him up.Example: She may sing about being downhearted, but everything on this live disc is uplifting.Example: So, the next time you're feeling down in the dumps, as if the world is going to end at any moment, put on the saddest music you have.Example: Thanks to the skewed-up policies of the state government the state's finances are in doldrums.
» abatidos, los = dismayed, the [Expresión usualmente acompañada del artículo] .Example: Discoveries are sometimes made by accident; they are never made by the dismayed or disheartened = A veces los descubrimientos se hacen por casualidad y nunca por los abatidos o los desmotivados.
» estar abatido = feel + low ; feel + the weight of the world on + Posesivo + shoulders ; be in the doldrums .Example: He uses his quirky wit and friendly banter to brighten people's mood when they are feeling low or fuming with anger. Example: She trudged through the crowded streets to her own home feeling the weight of the world on her shoulders. Example: CATV (Cable Television) is in the doldrums after the initial enthusiasm of investors and this is the time for librarians to step in.
» sentirse abatido = feel + low ; feel + the weight of the world on + Posesivo + shoulders ; be in the doldrums .Example: He uses his quirky wit and friendly banter to brighten people's mood when they are feeling low or fuming with anger. Example: She trudged through the crowded streets to her own home feeling the weight of the world on her shoulders. Example: CATV (Cable Television) is in the doldrums after the initial enthusiasm of investors and this is the time for librarians to step in.
abatir = break + Posesivo + spirit ; cast + a pall of gloom over ; defeat ; lay + Nombre + low ; dishearten ; bring down ; dispirit ; get + Nombre + down.Example: And though it was a terrible tragedy in Madrid, to pull out of Iraq would be to give in to the terrorists, give them and inch and they'll take a mile, we've got to show them that our spirit will not be broken.Example: This prolonged dry spell has cast a pall of gloom over the agrochemical business.Example: The article is entitled 'Dewey Decimal system defeats Truman! Library cartoons'.Example: She suffered frequent flare-ups of widespread inflammation that would lay her low for days on end.Example: It is easy to be disheartened by the negative flow of news, but the strength of our labor market should bolster the confidence of our outlook.Example: I've been reading shocking 'reports' for several days now explaining that 'malware brought down a Spanish jet'.Example: Adverse fortune may attend us, but it shall never dispirit us.Example: There isn't a single thing in the world that gets her down or a single negative that she can't turn into a positive.
» abatir a tiros = gun + Nombre + down .Example: Last night the distraught parents of 11-year-old Rhys Jones, gunned down in cold blood by a hoodie, gave their full support to our campaign.
» abatirse = come to + pieces ; fall to + pieces ; swoop ; fall to + bits .Example: They are characters living in the margins, often coming to pieces, and sometimes, as in a nightmare, in constant flight from something horrid. Example: One must accept that it is impossible to satisfy all people all the time; this author has seen several prison librarians fall to pieces, while the librarian was drowning in details. Example: Magpies are very protective of their young and may swoop on intruders if they feel threatened. Example: If you leave it there for a few months, your bike will rust, perish and fall to bits.
» abatirse sobre = bear down (up)on .Example: Somehow, some way, officials were getting early evacuees out of harm's way as Hurricane Gustav bore down on the central Louisiana coast.