English to Afrikaans Meaning :: downcast

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English to Afrikaans Meaning
Adjective
teleurgesteld, gefrustreerd, desperate, melancholie, lae, neergeslane, depressief, gesink, broeis, moedeloos, buierig, somber, laer, junior, ondergeskikte, basis
hartseer, neergeslane, moedeloos

Downcast    :neergeslane

 

Downcast - neergeslane





  

Related Words

1. be downcast :: wees neergeslane


Synonyms
Adjective

1. despondent :: moedeloos


2. disheartened ::


3. discouraged ::


4. dispirited ::


5. downhearted :: neerslagtig


6. crestfallen :: moedeloos


7. down :: af


8. low :: lae


9. disconsolate :: somber


10. despairing :: wanhopige


11. sad :: hartseer


12. melancholy :: melancholie


13. gloomy :: somber


14. glum :: nors


15. morose :: morose


16. doleful :: droewe


17. dismal :: somber


18. woebegone :: ongeneeslik


19. miserable :: miserabel


20. depressed :: depressief


21. dejected :: moedeloos


22. blue :: blou


23. down in/at the mouth ::


24. down in the dumps :: terneergedruk


Antonyms

1. blissful :: salig


2. buoyant :: lewendig


3. cheerful :: vrolike


4. cheery :: vrolik


5. delighted :: verheug


6. glad :: bly


7. happy :: gelukkig


8. jubilant :: jubelende


9. sunny :: sonnige


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