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morose

  

      adj  
   [personne]   sullen, morose
     (ÉCONOMIE)  
[marché]  
sluggish
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morse, morosité, mors, mordoré

morose adj.
gloomy

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adv.
morosely
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'morose' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
adj.
morose
adj.
morose
adj.
morose
exp.
Elle se sent très morose ces derniers temps.
adj.
1. atrabilaire ; irascible ; irritable ; acariâtre ; acrimonieux ; aigre ; bilieux ; coléreux ; grincheux 2. mélancolique ; morose ; maussade ; sombre ; chagrin ; taciturne ; triste
n.
climat social morose
[Bus.]
exp.
se sentir morose
n.
climat économique morose
[Bus.]
exp.
avoir l'air morose
adj.
alarmiste ; catastrophiste ; très pessimiste ; morose
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"morose": examples and translations in context
Il sera morose... disgracieux et marginal parmi les siens. He'll be this morose, ungainly misfit among men.
Bon, ne soyez pas morose. Well, don't get morose.
Dans ce climat morose, je voudrais exprimer une note d'espoir. In this gloomy climate, let me offer a gleam of hope.
Tu l'as vraiment bien caché avec ton tempérament généralement morose. You masked it so well with your generally gloomy disposition.
Ne sois pas si morose, ma chérie. Don't be so glum, sweetheart.
Ne soit pas si morose, Michael. Don't look so glum, Michael.
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