doleful

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İngilizce - Türkçe
efkarlı
acılı
mahzun
kederli
üzgün
sıkıntılı
hüzünle
kasvetle
{s} kasvetli
{s} hüzünlü
dolefully sıkıntıyla
{s} keyifsiz
melancholy
melankoli

Sen gerçekten melankolimin panzehirisin. - You are truly an antidote for my melancholy.

Tom melankoli ve depresyon arasındaki farkı söyleyemez. - Tom can't tell the difference between melancholy and depression.

melancholy
{i} bunalım
dole
{i} işsizlik yardımı

Tom işini kaybettiğinde ağustosun altısından beri işsizlik yardımı alıyor. - Tom has been on the dole since the 6th of August, when he lost his job.

dole
işşizlik maaşı almak
dolefulness
sıkıntı
dole
hükümetten işsizlik maaşı almak
dole
(out ile) gereksinen kişilere para ya da yiyecek vermek
dole
hisse
melancholy
hüzünlü
melancholy
karaduygu
dolefulness
kasvet
dole
hüzün
dole
yiyecek v
dole
yardım

Tom işini kaybettiğinde ağustosun altısından beri işsizlik yardımı alıyor. - Tom has been on the dole since the 6th of August, when he lost his job.

dole
işsizlik tazminatı
dole
keder
dole
yoksulluk yardımı
dole
işsizlik parası
dole
hükümetin işsizlere yardım olarak verdiği para
dole
iane
dole
out ile iane olarak dağıtmak
dole
muhtaç kimselere yiyecek
dole
nasip
dole
giyecek v
dole
ufak miktarda giyecek
dole
sadaka verme
dole
kısım
dole
b dağıtımı
dole
{f} out dağıtmak
dole
b yardımı yapmak
dolefully
keyifsizce
dolefully
hüzünle
dolefully
efkarlı bir şekilde
dolefulness
hüzün
dolefulness
{i} keder
melancholy
{i} hüzün
melancholy
{s} melankolik

Yüzü melankolik gibi görünüyor. - His face looks melancholy.

melancholy
{i} melankoli, karasevda
melancholy
{s} kasvetli
İngilizce - İngilizce
griefful, mournful, bringing feelings of sadness

The doleful peal of the bell indicated another funeral was being held.

melancholy
{a} sorrowful, piteous, woful, dismal, sad
filled with or evoking sadness; "the child's doleful expression"; "stared with mournful eyes"; "mournful news
A doleful expression, manner, or voice is depressing and miserable. He gave me a long, doleful look. = mournful + dolefully dole·ful·ly `I don't know why they left,' he said dolefully. very sad (dole (13-19 centuries), from dolere )
Full of dole or grief; expressing or exciting sorrow; sorrowful; sad; dismal
{s} sad, sorrowful
filled with or evoking sadness; "the child's doleful expression"; "stared with mournful eyes"; "mournful news"
doleful song
sad song, mournful song
dole
{n} a share, part, gift, sorrow, moan, misery
dole
{v} to distribute alms, give, grieve, lament
dolefully
{a} in a doleful manner, wofully, ill
dolefulness
{n} a dismal or sad state, melancholy
dole
To deal out in small portions; to distribute, as a dole; to deal out scantily or grudgingly
dole
{i} charity
dole
grief; sorrow; lamentation
dole
That which is dealt out; a part, share, or portion also, a scanty share or allowance
dole
n sorrow, grief [OF dol]
dole
money received from the state
dole
Alms; charitable gratuity or portion
dole
money or other goods given as charity
dole
{f} give donations to the poor; give out in small amounts, hand out sparingly
dole
a share of money or food or clothing that has been charitably given
dole
the British term for government relief
dole
Distribution; dealing; apportionment
dole
payment by the state to the unemployed
dole
Department of Labor & Employment
dole
To distribute in small amounts; to share out, small portions of a meagre resource
dole
(dole)
dole
A boundary; a landmark
dole
The dole or dole is money that is given regularly by the government to people who are unemployed. = benefit
dole
sorrow or grief; dolour
dole
A void space left in tillage
dole
money received from the state a share of money or food or clothing that has been charitably given
dole
Someone who is on the dole is registered as unemployed and receives money from the government. It's not easy living on the dole. American politician who served as a U.S. representative (1961-1969) and senator (1969-1996) from Kansas. He ran as Vice President in Gerald Ford's unsuccessful presidential campaign (1976) and was the Republican presidential nominee in the 1996 election. Sorrow; grief; dolor. dole out to give something such as money, food, advice etc to more than one person dole something⇔out to. Dole Bob Robert Joseph Dole Dole Sanford Ballard
dolefully
In a doleful manner
dolefully
with sadness; in a sorrowful manner; "his mother looked at him dolefully when he told her he had joined the Army
dolefulness
The characteristic of being doleful; sadness
dolefulness
{i} sadness, woefulness
dolefulness
sadness caused by grief or affliction
doleful