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dejected
dɪ'dʒɛktɪd
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Affected or marked by low spirits.
Hyphenationde•ject•ed
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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沮丧jǔsàngdispirited; dejected; dismayed
灰心huīxīnto lose heart; to be discouraged
懊丧àosàngdejected; despondent; depressed
颓丧tuísàngdejected; disheartened; listless
liáodejected; frustrated
垂头丧气chuítóu sàngqìhanging one's head dispiritedly (idiom); dejected; crestfallen
废然fèirándepressed; dejected
窝心wōxīnaggrieved; dejected; (Tw, southern China) to be moved by a kind gesture, etc.; to feel gratified; to feel warm inside
苦闷kǔmèndepressed; dejected; feeling low
衰颓shuāituíuninspired; dejected; discouraged
xiàndifficult intention, difficult idea or sentiment, weakened volition; dejected, fear; scare; fright
wěito entrust; to cast aside; to shift (blame etc); to accumulate; roundabout; winding; dejected; listless; committee member; council; end; actually; certainly; (Chinese surname)
哀伤āishānggrief; distress; bereavement; grieved; heartbroken; dejected
潦倒liáodǎodisappointed; frustrated; dejected
灰溜溜huī liū liūdull gray; gloomy; dejected; crestfallen; with one's tail between one's legs
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