UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/dɪˈprɛst/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dɪˈprɛst/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(di prest)

WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. is a depressed [woman, child]
  2. has become very depressed
  3. am feeling very depressed (right now, today)
  4. am depressed about [what, why, that]
  5. am still really depressed about [it]
  6. am depressed because of
  7. have been depressed for [years]
  8. have never been so depressed
  9. [got, became] depressed [after, following]
  10. felt depressed after [failing, not getting, losing]
  11. felt [lonely, rejected, helpless] and depressed
  12. always get depressed when
  13. What are you so depressed about?
  14. depressed [over, after] the [loss, death] of
  15. the [loss] made her (feel) depressed
  16. was depressed to [learn, find out]
  17. depressed and [suicidal, lonely, anxious]
  18. [lonely, miserable, stressed] and depressed
  19. is [clinically, deeply, suicidally] depressed
  20. am in a depressed mood
  21. have a depressed [appetite, mood]
  22. always acts so depressed
  23. Why are you acting so depressed?
  24. a depressed [economy, neighborhood, inner-city area]
WordReference English Collocations © 2020


Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. the [loss, news, weather, breakup, rejection] depressed her
  2. depressed by the [loss]
  3. his [coworker, parents, wife, friend] depressed him
  4. depressed me to [learn, find out, hear]
  5. depressed me [as, because]
  6. [utterly, severely, bitterly, totally] depressed me
  7. depress the [mouse, button, key]
  8. depress and [hold, release, switch]
  9. depress [earnings, demand, prices, wages]
  10. depress [wages] [more, further]
  11. depress the [brake, accelerator, pedal]
  12. depress to [slow down, save on, economize]
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