(of a person) In a state of general unhappiness or despondency,
(of a person) In a state of general unhappiness or despondency
(of a person) Suffering from clinical depression
(of a place or economic activity) Suffering the damaging effects of a lack of demand or employment
depressed urban areas
(of an object or part of an object) In a physically lower position, having been pushed or forced down
a depressed fracture of the skull
lower than previously; "the market is depressed"; "prices are down"
flattened downward as if pressed from above or flattened along the dorsal and ventral surfaces
gloomy: 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 ...
(depress) lower someone's spirits; make downhearted; "These news depressed her"; "The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her"
(depress) lower: cause to drop or sink; "The lack of rain had depressed the water level in the reservoir"
(depress) press down: press down; "Depress the space key"
Depression is a state of low mood and aversion to activity. Depressed people may feel sad, anxious, empty, hopeless, helpless, worthless, guilty, irritable or restless. ...
(Depression (differential diagnoses)) Depression, one of the most commonly diagnosed psychiatric disorders. is being diagnosed in increasing numbers in various segments of the population worldwide. Depression in the United States alone affects 17.6 million Americans each year or 1 in 6 people. ...
(Depression (economics)) In economics, a depression is a sustained, long-term downturn in economic activity in one or more economies. It is a more severe downturn than a recession, which is seen by economists as part of a normal business cycle.
(Depression (kinesiology)) Depression, in kinesiology, is the anatomical term of motion for movement in an inferior direction.
(Depression (meteorology)) A low pressure area, or "low", is a region where the atmospheric pressure at sea level is below that of surrounding locations. Low pressure systems form under areas of wind divergence which occur in upper levels of the troposphere. ...
(Depression (physiology)) Depression in physiology and medicine refers to a lowering, in particular a reduction in a particular biological variable or the function of an organ. It is in contrast to elevation.
unhappy, and blaming oneself rather than others; despondent; Suffering from clinical depression; Suffering damaging effects of economic recession
(depression) an area that is lower in topography than its surroundings; in psychotherapy and psychiatry, a state of mind producing serious, long-term lowering of enjoyment of life or inability to visualize a happy future; in psychotherapy and psychiatry, a period of unhappiness or low morale ...
(depress) v. make sad and without enthusiasm
(Depression (dysthymia)) An abnormal lowering of mood of psychologic or physiologic origin which is more prolonged than mourning and is time-limited and related to a specific loss.
(Depression) This emotional state may be the cause of a daily, unrelenting headache which peaks in the morning and late after- noon. It is often accompanied by a sleep disturbance in the form of frequent and early waking. ...
(depression) Another name for fall. One of the essential debilities.
(Depression) This is one of the most undiagnosed conditions among seniors. But, with proper medical care, depression is a reversible psychiatric condition. Symptoms include a persistent sad, anxious or "empty" mood, loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed, and difficulty sleeping.
(Depression) Five or more of the following signs or symptoms that last more than two weeks: sadness or an “empty” mood; feeling guilty, worthless or helpless; problems concentrating, remembering or making decisions; appetite and/or weight changes; feeling hopeless; lack of energy or feeling ...
(Depression) An illness that involves the body, mood, and thoughts, that affects the way a person eats and sleeps, the way one feels about oneself, and the way one thinks about things. A depressive disorder is not the same as a passing blue mood. ...
(depression) The state of an economy when the output of goods and services is slowing sharply or even declining, unemployment rises and prices decline.
(depression) A lowering or decrease of functional activity. . <psychiatry> A mental state of depressed mood characterised by feelings of sadness, despair and discouragement. Depression ranges from normal feelings of the blues through dysthymia to major depression. ...
(Depression) Feelings of sadness, hopelessness, pessimism and a general loss of interest in life, combined with a sense of reduced emotional well being.
(Depression) A disorder characterized by feelings of extreme sadness, guilt, helplessness and hopelessness, and thoughts of death.