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gloom

  
   n  
1    (=darkness)   penumbra    f  , oscuridad    f  
2    (=sadness, despondency)   melancolía    f  , tristeza    f     
it's not all gloom and doom here      aquí no todo son pronósticos de desastre  
she's always full of gloom and doom      siempre lo ve todo negro  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
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gloomy, gloomily, goo, groom

it's all doom and gloom here exp.
aquí reina el catastrofismo

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
un profundo pesimismo se había apoderado del grupo
exp.
la noticia nos hundió en la tristeza
exp.
aquí no todo son pronósticos de desastre
exp.
siempre lo ve todo negro
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"gloom": examples and translations in context
Lead, kindly light Amid the encircling gloom Guía, bondadosa luz Entre la penumbra que nos rodea
The region must transform gloom into hope. La región debe transformar la penumbra en esperanza.
- One does feel the gloom, sir. -Uno siente la oscuridad, señor.
Let the gloom of darkness part before you. Que la oscuridad desaparezca ante vosotros.
In my mouth, a taste of gloom... En mi boca un sabor de pesimismo...
You're a drag, nothing but gloom and doom. Eres un pesado, todo pesimismo...
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