depression

listen to the pronunciation of depression
Englisch - Türkisch
bunalım

Büyük Bunalım, gangsterlerin altın çağındaydı. - The Great Depression was the golden age of gangsters.

Fadıl, Büyük Bunalım sırasında doğdu. - Fadil was born during the Great Depression.

depresyon

Öz bakımda eksiklik bir depresyon belirtisi olabilir. - Poor personal hygiene can be a sign of depression.

Kış boyunca depresyona girerim. - I suffer from depression during the winter.

çöküntü
(Ticaret) kriz

Japon ekonomisi krizde. - The Japanese economy is in depression.

Ekonomi hafif bir krizde. - The economy is in a slight depression.

basınç düşmesi
kasavet
(Askeri) alçalma
(Askeri) inhitat
(Ticaret) ekonomik kriz

Ekonomist, sürüp giden bir ekonomik kriz sezinledi. - The economist anticipated a prolonged depression.

(Ticaret) şiddetli durgunluk
(Biyokimya) baskılama
(Askeri) alçalış verme
döngü
bun

Fadıl, Büyük Bunalım sırasında doğdu. - Fadil was born during the Great Depression.

Büyük Bunalım, gangsterlerin altın çağındaydı. - The Great Depression was the golden age of gangsters.

moral bozukluğu
(Coğrafya) çukurluk

Yolda bazı çukurluklar var. - There are some depressions in the road.

basınç azalması
(Denizbilim) baskılanma
plak
sıkıntı
keyifsizlik
çökkünlük
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim,Tıp) ruhsal çöküntü
durgunluk
(Denizbilim) baskılayan
(Denizbilim,Meteoroloji) alçak
çukur

Yolda bazı çukurluklar var. - There are some depressions in the road.

{i} çökme
ekonomik daralma
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. Yüzeyde girinti. 2. Bunalımlı ruh hali; moral çöküntü
dermansızlık
hüzun
düşkünlük
{i} piyasada durgunluk, ekonomik kriz
{i} kasvet
{i} ruhb. depresyon, çöküntü
{i} değerini düşürme
(Tıp) Ruhi veya bedeni düşkünlük hali, dermansızlık, depresyon (ezilmiş bir kemik üzerindeki iz için de kullanılır)
basma/çukur/bunalım
{i} bastırma
{i} alçak basınç alanı
{i} buhran

Büyük Buhran, suçta büyük bir artışa neden oldu. - The Great Depression triggered a great surge in crime.

Büyük Buhran 1929'da başladı ve 1930'larda sona erdi. - The Great Depression started in 1929 and ended in the 1930's.

{i} daralma
(Askeri) ALÇALIŞ VERME: Yükseliş tertibatı vasıtasıyla bir silahın namlu ağzını, özellikle yatay vaziyetten daha aşağıya indirmek. 2. DEPRESYON BÖLGESİ Yüksek basınçla çevrili alçak barometrik bölge
girinti
depresyonda
depress
{f} moralini bozmak
depression of the freezing point
donma noktası alçalımı
depression angle
(Askeri) alçalış açısı
depression angle
(Askeri) ALÇALIŞ AÇISI: Bak. "angle of depression"
depression index
(Tıp) depresyon endeksi
depression position finder
(Askeri) ŞAKULİ TELEMETRE: Deniz seviyesinde bulunan bir hedefin mesafesi ile istikametini tayin eden teleskopik alet
depression position finder
(Askeri) şakuli telemetre
deep depression
derin depresyon
depress
bastırmak
major depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ağır depresyon
Great Depression
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Büyük Buhran
depress
neşesini kaçırmak
depress
basmak
depress
azaltmak
depress
alçaltmak
depress
indirmek
depress
durgunlaştırmak
depress
miktarını azaltmak
depress
-e basmak
depress
değerini azaltmak
depress
(Muzik) kalın sesten okumak
depress
keyfini kaçırmak
depressions
bunalımlar
experience depression
depresyon geçirmek
freezing point depression
(Biyokimya) donma noktası düşümü
freezing point depression
(Biyokimya) donma noktası alçalması
get into depression
depresyona girmek
go into depression
depresyona girmek
go into depression
bunalıma girmek
severe depression
ağır depresyon
sink deeper into depression
depresyona sürüklenmek
sink into a depression
bunalıma girmek
succumb to depression
depresyona girmek
succumb to depression
bunalıma girmek
suffer depression
depresyon geçirmek
depress
üzmek
depress
içini karartmak
depress
üz

Bu felsefe kitabını okumak beni üzüyor. - Reading this philosophy book is making me depressed.

Sami'nin üzüntüsü depresyona dönüştü. - Sami's sadness deepened into a depression.

depress
bastır
great depression
(Ekonomi) Büyük Buhran: 1929'da ABD'de başlayan ve 1930'lar boyunca dünyanın büyük bir bölümünde etkili olan ekonomik kriz
great sadness or depression; gloom
büyük üzüntü ya da depresyon; kasvet
post natal depression
Doğum sonrası genellikle annede görülen (nadiren babada) moral bozukluğu,depresyon hali,postpartum depression olarakta bilinir

M Kesper.

postpartum depression
doğum sonrası depresyon
acute depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) akut depresyon
agitated depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) çırpınma nöbeti
agitated depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) heyecanlı depresyon
angle of depression
(Askeri) ALÇALIŞ AÇISI: l. Yatay ile azalan hat arasında dikey düzlemdeki açı. 2. Hava fotoğrafçılığında, meyilli olarak takılmış, hava fotoğraf makinesinin optik ekseni ile yatay düzlem arasındaki açı. Ayrıca bakınız: "tilt angle"
axial depression
(Jeoloji) eksensel çöküntü
beck depression Index
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) beck depresyon Endeksi
break away depression
(Meteoroloji) ayrık alçak
depress
dili kolunu kanadını kırmak
depress
{f} üzmek, canını sıkmak, moralini bozmak
depress
{f} değerini/miktarını azaltmak
depress
bastı
depress
kısmak
depress
(Askeri) ALÇALIŞ VERMEK: Yükseliş tertibatı vasıtasıyla bir silahın namlusunu indirmek
depress
kuvvetten düşürmek
depress
sıkmak
depress
düşürmek
depress
{f} -i bastırmak, -e basmak
depress
depressible şevki kırılır
depress
kasvet vermek
depress
{f} kuvvetten düşürmek, zayıflatmak
depress
bastır,üz
endogenous depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) iç kaynaklı depresyon
lead to depression
bunalıma sokmak
lead to depression
depresyona sokmak
manic depression
manik depresyon
maximum depression
(Askeri) AZAMİ ALÇALIŞ AÇISI: Bir topun, müessir atış yapabilmek şartıyla tevcih edilebileceği, ufkun altına düşen azami açı
mental depression
ruhsal depresyon
monetary depression
(Ticaret) para krizi
neurotic depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) nevrotik depresyon
polar air depression
(Meteoroloji) kutupsal hava depresyonu
reactive depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel depresyon
retarded depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gerilemeli depresyon
sink into a depression
depresyona girmek
structural depression
yapısal alçalım
structural depression
yapısal basıklık
suction effect of depression
(Askeri) alçak basıncın emme etkisi
volcano-tectonic depression
volkanik ve tektonik çukur
winter depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kış depresyonu
Englisch - Englisch
a period of major economic contraction
in psychotherapy and psychiatry, a period of unhappiness or low morale which lasts longer than several weeks and may include ideation of self-inflicted injury or suicide
Four consecutive quarters of negative, real GDP growth. See NBER

The Great Depression was an event in US history.

an area that is lower in topography than its surroundings
an area of lowered air pressure that generally brings moist weather, sometimes promoting hurricanes and tornadoes
a lowering, in particular a reduction in a particular biological variable or the function of an organ, in contrast to elevation
in psychotherapy and psychiatry, a state of mind producing serious, long-term lowering of enjoyment of life or inability to visualize a happy future
a falling of the spirits
{n} dejection, lowness, humiliation
Dejection; despondency; lowness
a disorder that affects your thoughts, moods, feelings, behavior and physical health There's no single cause for depression The illness often runs in families Experts believe a genetic vulnerability combined with environmental factors, such as stress or physical illness, may trigger an imbalance in brain chemicals called neurotransmitters, resulting in depression Imbalances in three neurotransmitters - serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine - seem to be linked to depression Depression is treatable
a state of depression and anhedonia so severe as to require clinical intervention
pushing down; "depression of the space bar on the typewriter"
A method of operating for cataract; couching
Diminution, as of trade, etc
an air mass of lower pressure; often brings precipitation; "a low moved in over night bringing sleet and snow"
a mental state characterized by a pessimistic sense of inadequacy and a despondent lack of activity a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment a time period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment
In meteorology, it is another name for an area of low pressure, a low, or trough It also applies to a stage of tropical cyclone development and is known as a tropical depression to distinguish it from other synoptic features
The angular distance of a celestial object below the horizon
The state of the economy when output of goods and services is slowing sharply or even declining, unemployment rises and prices decline
Depression is a mental state in which you are sad and feel that you cannot enjoy anything, because your situation is so difficult and unpleasant. Mr Thomas was suffering from depression
A reversible psychiatric disorder characterized by an inability to concentrate, difficulty sleeping, feelings of hopelessness, fatigue, the "blues," and guilt
A pervasive and sustained lowering of mood Other features include tearfulness, guilt, irritability, loss of interest in life, loss of energy, poor concentration, poor sleep and loss of appetite
a mental disorder characterized by feelings of sadness, loneliness, despair, low self-esteem, sleep or appetite problems, change in weight, agitation or lethargy, loss of interest or pleasure in normal activities, fatigue, and diminished ability to think or concentrate Dissociative Identity Disorder a rare disorder in which two or more identities or personalities alternate in control of a person's behavior and in which there are episodes of amnesia; formerly called multiple personality disorder
A period of economic crisis in business, commerce, finance, and industry, characterized by falling prices, restriction of credit, reduced production, lower profits, bankruptcies, and high unemployment See Panic (Economic)
a concavity in a surface produced by pressing; "he left the impression of his fingers in the soft mud"
sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy
a sunken or depressed geological formation
Feelings of sadness, hopelessness, pessimism, and a general loss of interest in life, combined with a sense of reduced emotional well-being
depression, a psychological disorder that can be marked by sleep and eating disturbances, lack of concentration, problems at work, intense feelings of emptiness, guilt, and worthlessness, and suicidal thoughts A depressive illness is distinguished from a temporary "blue" mood or grief after a disappointment or loss and may have both psychological and biochemical components The illness may have a manic phase (see MANIC DEPRESSION) Many people improve significantly with psychological treatment and ANTIDEPRESSANT medication, often used in combination Electroconvulsive therapy may help severe cases 1
A chronic or recurrent mental state characterized by hopelessness and lack of motivation and energy Other major symptoms include loss of appetite and either excessive or inadequate sleep
A depression is a mass of air that has a low pressure and that often causes rain. Great Depression, the. In economics, a major downswing in the business cycle characterized by sharply reduced industrial production, widespread unemployment, a serious decline or cessation of growth in construction, and great reductions in international trade and capital movements. Unlike recessions, which may be limited to a single country, severe depressions such as the Great Depression encompass many nations. See also deflation; inflation. Neurotic or psychotic disorder marked by sadness, inactivity, difficulty in thinking and concentration, a significant increase or decrease in appetite and time spent sleeping, feelings of dejection and hopelessness, and sometimes suicidal tendencies. Probably the most common psychiatric complaint, depression has been described by physicians from at least the time of Hippocrates, who called it melancholia. Its course is extremely variable from person to person; it may be fleeting or permanent, mild or severe. Depression is more common in women than in men. The rates of incidence increase with age in men, while the peak for women is between the ages of 35 and
A mood disorder characterized by sadness and dejection, decreased motivation and interest in life, negative thoughts (for example, feelings of helplessness, inadequacy, and low self-esteem) and such physical symptoms as sleep disturbances, loss of appetite, and fatigue See also mood disorder
inactivity; dullness
A falling in of the surface; a sinking below its true place; a cavity or hollow; as, roughness consists in little protuberances and depressions
The state of being depressed; a sinking
A severe downturn in an economy that is marked by falling prices, reduced purchasing power and high unemployment The Great Depression began in 1929 and continued through most of the 1930s But even depressions haven't stopped the upward trend of stock prices and earnings See "The Odds Are in Your Favor " BACK TO TOP
pushing down; "depression of the space bar on the typewriter" sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy angular distance below the horizon (especially of a celestial object) a concavity in a surface produced by pressing; "he left the impression of his fingers in the soft mud" a mental state characterized by a pessimistic sense of inadequacy and a despondent lack of activity a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment a time period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment
A mental state of depressed mood characterized by feelings of sadness, despair and discouragement Depression ranges from normal feelings of the blues through dysthymia to major depression It in many ways resembles the grief and mourning that follow bereavement, there are often feelings of low self esteem, guilt and self reproach, withdrawal from interpersonal contact and physical symptoms such as eating and sleep disturbances
or cyclone region of low atmospheric pressure Depressions bring unstable weather with cloud and rain desalination removal of salt, usually from sea water, to produce fresh water for irrigation or drinking desert arid area without sufficient rainfall and, consequently, vegetation to support human life desertification creation of deserts by changes in climate, or by human-aided processes The latter include overgrazing, destruction of forest belts, and exhaustion of the soil by intensive cultivation without restoration of fertility - all of which are usually prompted by the pressures of an expanding population destructive margin in plate tectonics, a region in which two plates are moving towards one another
In meteorology it is another name for an area of low pressure, a low or trough It also applies to the initial stage of a developing tropical cyclone
{i} sadness, low spirits; lowering, sinking; dent, hollow; economic slump
Humiliation; abasement, as of pride
A mood described as feeling dejected and sad with a lowering of functional activity A depressive disorder usually includes appetite and sleep disturbances, difficulty concentrating, and suicidal ideation
A depression in a surface is an area which is lower than the parts surrounding it. an area pockmarked by rain-filled depressions. = hollow
See Couch, v
a severe economic slump (worse than a recession) characterized by very high unemployment
sad feelings of gloom and inadequacy angular distance below the horizon (especially of a celestial object) a concavity in a surface produced by pressing; "he left the impression of his fingers in the soft mud"
A depression is a prolonged and severe decline in national business activity, ordinarily occurring over several fiscal years Depressions are characterized by sharply falling rates of production and capital investment; by the rapid contraction of credit; and by mass unemployment and high rates of business failure
a condition of general emotional dejection and withdrawal; sadness greater and more prolonged than that warranted by any objective reason [*]
The operation of reducing to a lower degree; said of equations
A psychiatric syndrome consisting of dejected mood, psychomotor retardation, insomnia, and weight loss, sometimes associated with guilt feelings and somatic preoccupation often of delusional proportions Marked by sadness, inactivity, difficulty in thinking and concentration, a significant increase or decrease in appetite and time spent sleeping, feelings of dejection and hopelessness, and sometimes suicidal tendencies As used by the layman, it ordinarily refers only to the mood element, which would be labeled as dejection, sadness, gloominess, despair, despondency, etc
a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment
an emotional state characterized by extreme feelings of sadness, lack of self-worth, dejection, and emptiness
A depression is a time when there is very little economic activity, which causes a lot of unemployment and poverty. He never forgot the hardships he witnessed during the Great Depression of the 1930s. = slump
Major depression takes away the capacity to experience pleasure, and causes profound sadness and irritability, changes in sleep patterns, a decrease in appetite, an inability to concentrate, low self-esteem, and thoughts of suicide Severe depressions also may include hallucinations or delusions
angular distance below the horizon (especially of a celestial object)
The act of depressing
a time period during the 1930s when there was a worldwide economic depression and mass unemployment
a biological-based mental illness that can have lasting emotional and physical effects, such as feelings of worthlessness, guilt, or indecision; difficulty concentrating; change in appetite or sleep habits; loss of energy, interest, or pleasure; loud, violent, troubled, agitated, slowed, or anti-social behaviors; drug or alcohol abuse; and difficulty with interpersonal relationships Children and adolescents may suffer from either major depression or manic depression (also known as bipolar disorder) Both are serious medical problems that can be treated with medication and psychotherapy When untreated, extreme cases can lead to suicide
a mental state characterized by a pessimistic sense of inadequacy and a despondent lack of activity
A time of economic crisis or bad times in commerce, finance, and industry, characterized by falling prices, restriction of credit, low output and investment, many bankruptcies, and a high level of unemployment (many people without jobs) A less severe crisis is usually known as a recession
Its causes can be both psychosocial (e.g., the loss of a loved one) and biochemical (chiefly, reduced quantities of the monoamines norepinephrine and serotonin). Treatment is usually a combination of psychotherapy and drug therapy (see antidepressant). A person who experiences alternating states of depression and extreme elation is said to suffer from bipolar disorder
Formally termed "Major Depression" in DSM-IV to distinguish it from less well-defined and potentially less severe "minor depression " Marked by sadness, decreased interest and pleasure in life, and sleep and energy changes, a Major Depression causes more disability than a non-fatal heart-attack In any given year, about 10% of the U S population will endure a Major Depression It is readily treated with medication, cognitive therapy, or both
katzenjammer
Great Depression
A major economic collapse that lasted from 1929 to 1940 in the US and a similar period in many other countries
depress
To cause a depression or a decrease in parts of the economy

Lower productivity will eventually depress wages.

depress
To make depressed, sad or bored

Winter depresses me.

depress
To press down on

Depress the upper lever to start the machine.

manic depression
A psychiatric diagnostic category, now called bipolar disorder, characterised by mood swings between great energy (manic) and clinical depression
postpartum depression
depression experienced by a parent (usually the mother) after childbirth
tropical depression
a region of low pressure that develops into a hurricane or tropical storm
depress
to press down
postpartum depression
depression common in women during the period following childbirth
depress
{v} to humble, deject, cast or let down
clinical depression
A state of depression and anhedonia so severe as to require clinical intervention; (synonym) depressive disorder, depression
great depression
The economic crisis beginning with the stock market crash in 1929 and continuing through the 1930s
Great Depression
the severe economic problems that followed the Wall Street Crash of 1929. In the early 1930s, many banks and businesses failed, and millions of people lost their jobs in the US and in the UK and the rest of Europe. or Depression of 1929 Longest and most severe economic depression ever experienced by the Western world. It began in the U.S. with the New York Stock Market Crash of 1929 and lasted until about 1939. By late 1932 stock values had dropped to about 20% of their previous value, and by 1933 11,000 of the U.S.'s 25,000 banks had failed. This led to much-reduced levels of demand and hence of production, resulting in high unemployment (by 1932, 25-30%). Since the U.S. was the major creditor and financier of postwar Europe, the U.S. financial collapse led to collapses of other economies, especially those of Germany and Britain. Nations sought to protect domestic production by imposing tariffs and quotas, reducing the value of international trade by more than half by 1932. The Great Depression contributed to political upheaval. It led to the election of Franklin Roosevelt in the U.S. and major changes in the structure of the U.S. economy brought about by his New Deal. It directly contributed to Adolf Hitler's rise to power in Germany in 1933 and to political extremism in other countries. Before the Great Depression, governments relied on impersonal market forces to achieve economic correction; afterward, government action came to assume a principal role in ensuring economic stability
The Depression
The Great Depression, severe economic slump that occurred in the United States during the 1930s (sparked by the major stock market crash on October 29, 1929)
The Great Depression
{i} severe economic slump that occurred in the United States during the 1930s (sparked by the major stock market crash on October 29, 1929)
agitated depression
a state of clinical depression in which the person exhibits irritability and restlessness
anaclitic depression
severe and progressive depression in infants who lose their mother and do not get a suitable substitute
barometric depression
low point in atmospheric pressure
came out of his depression
recovered from his melancholy, cheered up
depress
To reduce (an equation) in a lower degree
depress
lessen the activity or force of; "The rising inflation depressed the economy"
depress
lower (prices or markets); "The glut of oil depressed gas prices
depress
lessen the activity or force of; "The rising inflation depressed the economy" lower someone's spirits; make downhearted; "These news depressed her"; "The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her" lower (prices or markets); "The glut of oil depressed gas prices
depress
If something depresses prices, wages, or figures, it causes them to become less. The stronger U.S. dollar depressed sales
depress
To cast a gloom upon; to sadden; as, his spirits were depressed
depress
To press down; to cause to sink; to let fall; to lower; as, to depress the muzzle of a gun; to depress the eyes
depress
cause to drop or sink; "The lack of rain had depressed the water level in the reservoir"
depress
cause a depression or a decrease in parts of the economy
depress
press down on
depress
To lessen the activity of; to make dull; embarrass, as trade, commerce, etc
depress
lower someone's spirits; make downhearted; "These news depressed her"; "The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her"
depress
lower (prices or markets); "The glut of oil depressed gas prices"
depress
press down; "Depress the space key"
depress
Having the middle lower than the border; concave
depress
{f} make sad, discourage; press down on
depress
make depressed, sad or bored
depress
To lessen in price; to cause to decline in value; to cheapen; to depreciate
depress
To bring down or humble; to abase, as pride
depress
If someone or something depresses you, they make you feel sad and disappointed. I must admit the state of the country depresses me
depressions
Severe recessions
depressions
plural of depression
depressions
Landforms that are typically the sunken, lower parts of the earth's surface, have concave relief, and do not have natural outlets for surface drainage
depressions
Definition of Depressions: A depression is a severe downturn in economic activity These are considerably worse than recessions Terms related to Depressions: Recession About Com Resources on Depressions: Economics - Recessions and Depressions Writing a Term Paper? Here are a few starting points for research on Depressions: Books on Depressions: None Journal Articles on Depressions: None
depressions
Low areas (Often bowl-shaped )
economic depression
low point in a financial and commercial state
endogenous depression
a state of depression for which there is no apparent precipitating cause
exogenous depression
an inappropriate state of depression that is precipitated by events in the person's life (to be distinguished from normal grief)
great depression
The world-wide economic hard times, which began after the stock market collapse on October 28, 1929, and continued through most of the 1930s Even the Great Depression didn't stop the long-term upward trend of stock prices and earnings If in 1929 you'd invested $100 in the S&P 500, you'd be sitting on $83,000 in 1999 (assuming you reinvested all the dividends ) See "The Odds Are in Your Favor " BACK TO TOP
great depression
A period of global economic crisis that lasted from 1929 to1939 There was widespread poverty and high unemployment On Prince Edward Island the potato industry suffered from a lack of lucrative markets in which to sell potatoes
great depression
a time in the united States during the 1930s when the economy was so poor that many people were unemployed
great depression
A period of about 10 years, beginning in October 1929, during which many people lost their jobs and many companies went out of business throughout the world Desperate unemployed workers took their families on the road to look for work (Photo credit: Library of Congress , Prints & Photographs Division, FSA-OWI Collection, LC-USF34-009749-E DLC) Today, people who lived through the Great Depression still remember the daily hardship Here is a detailed summary of the period
involutional depression
a major depressive episode associated with the climacteric
manic depression
bipolar disorder: a mental disorder characterized by episodes of mania and depression
manic depression
(also called Bipolar Disorder) A condition in which a person swings between deep depression and great elation in a short period of time, usually a day or so, and does this continuously for at least a week Drug abuse can sometimes cause similar symptoms See Bipolar Disorder in the Encyclopedia section
manic depression
Another name for Bipolar Disorder
manic depression
a mental illness that causes someone to feel very strong emotions of happiness and sadness in a short period of time
manic depression
{i} mental disorder characterized by extreme and sudden alternations between depression to euphoria
natural depression
a sunken or depressed geological formation
neurotic depression
a term used for any state of depression that is not psychotic
post partum depression
depression that affects a woman after giving birth
post-natal depression
mental phenomenon of depression which occurs with certain women in the period following their giving birth
psychotic depression
a state of depression so severe that the person loses contact with reality and suffers a variety of functional impairments
retarded depression
a state of clinical depression in which the individual is lethargic and slow to initiate action
unipolar depression
a major depressive episode that occurs without the manic phase that occurs in the classic form of bipolar disorder
depression
Favoriten