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sombre

  
, somber     (US)      adj  
1    (=sober)   sombrío  
a sombre prospect      una perspectiva sombría  
in sombre hues      en colores sombríos  
2    (=pessimistic)   pesimista  
he was sombre about our chances      se mostró pesimista acerca de nuestras posibilidades  
3    (=melancholy)   melancólico
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somber, sombrely, sombrero, some

in sombre hues exp.
en colores sombríos

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exp.
una perspectiva sombría
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se mostró pesimista acerca de nuestras posibilidades
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"sombre": examples and translations in context
This debate takes place against an extremely sombre background. Este debate tiene lugar sobre un telón de fondo sumamente sombrío.
We tackle this against a rather sombre backdrop. Volvemos a abordar esta cuestión con un telón de fondo bastante sombrío.
Captain, I am neither brooding nor sombre. Capitán, no estoy rumiando ni triste.
When she is laughing, I am sombre. Cuando se ríe, yo estoy triste.
You don't have to look so sombre. No tienes que verte tan pesimista.
International Maritime Organization statistics give a sombre picture of the situation. Las estadísticas de la Organización Marítima Internacional ofrecen un panorama sombrío de la situación.
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