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1. general

dispirited (also: discouraged, downhearted, glum)
dispirited (also: despondent, discouraged, downhearted, glum)
dispirited (also: dejected)
. - (NL) Madam President, anyone who has followed the events in the Middle East in recent days can do no other than be dispirited.
. - (NL) Señora Presidenta, cualquiera que haya seguido los acontecimientos ocurridos en Oriente Próximo en los últimos días no podrá más que sentirse desalentado.
dispirited (also: blue, moody, sluggish)
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2. "person"

dispirited (also: down in the mouth)
dispirited (also: heartsick, cast down, hopeless, miserable)

3. "expression"

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dispirited

Synonyms (English) for "dispirited":

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Context sentences for "dispirited" in Spanish

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EnglishI am dispirited to read this magazine this week where an unelected, unaccountable member of a wealthy elite is giving out about the unelected elite in Brussels.
Me ha desconcertado mucho leer en esta revista, publicada esta semana, cómo un miembro no elegido y no responsable, perteneciente a una elite adinerada, está atacando a la elite de Bruselas.
EnglishHowever, I suspect that they will end up disgusted and dispirited, as I saw in my own constituency, especially in Dell in Limerick and Waterford Crystal in Waterford.
Sin embargo, mucho me temo que acabarán disgustados y desalentados, tal y como ocurrió en mi circunscripción, sobre todo en el caso de Dell, en Limerick, y de Waterford Crystal, en Waterford.