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Adjective
(of a person) In a state of unhappiness or despondency
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“I was really depressed and upset about him winning the election, like a lot of people.”
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(of an object or part of an object) In a lower position, having been pushed down
“All three models have a depressed handle on the bottom side of the hull.”
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Kept from having the necessities of life or a healthful environment
“The government made several attempts to encourage investment in depressed areas.”
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(of a place or economic activity) Suffering the damaging effects of a lack of demand or employment
“Large areas of the region were depopulated, economic development was severely depressed.”
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Lowered in value
“Our analysts are working to ascertain the cause of depressed prices in the market.”
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Liable to kill oneself
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Situated near to, or below, the ground, the horizon, or sea level
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Made flat by something
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Shabby and squalid
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Lacking a healthy skin color
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Filled with fear or dread
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Completely overcome or helpless, especially with distress or exhaustion
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Causing weariness, restlessness, or lack of interest
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Of lower rank or importance
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Past tense for to make sad
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“Thinking these dark thoughts doesn't depress me; in fact, I'm a happy person.”
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Past tense for to diminish the price or value of
“A dearth of buyers has depressed prices.”
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Past tense for to push steadily against with some force
“As the slide is pulled to the rear, depress the ejector at the right rear of the frame.”
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Past tense for to press down
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“Alcohol itself is a depressant, therefore combining it with a barbiturate can depress the nervous system to such an extent that it ceases functioning altogether.”
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Past tense for to cause to fall intentionally or unintentionally
“… construction workers depressed the roadbed in order to make way for an overpass.”
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Past tense for to cause unease in one's mental state
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Past tense for to let someone down, especially with regards to an obligation or duty
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Past tense for to deprive of self-esteem, confidence, rank or status
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Past tense for to lower or remove the value of something
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Past tense for to create a dimple or hollow in
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Past tense for to be detrimental to
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Past tense for to diminish the physical strength of
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Past tense for to decrease in sensitivity
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Past tense for to lose bodily strength or vigor
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Past tense for to become worse or of less value
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Past tense for to undermine the power and authority of (an established system or institution)
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Past tense for to strike (someone) so as to make them fall down
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Past tense for to cover with a flood
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Past tense for to hold (something) at a fixed level or in a fixed state for a period of time
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Past tense for to delve into or hollow out a surface
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