UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations'depression', 'Depression': /dɪˈprɛʃən/

US:USA pronuncation: IPAUSA pronuncation: IPA/dɪˈprɛʃən/

US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(di preshən)

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Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
  1. has struggled with depression for [years, over a decade]
  2. has always struggled with depression
  3. is struggling with depression
  4. fell into depression after the [divorce, job loss]
  5. depression brought [on, about] by
  6. depression runs in the family
  7. a common sign of depression
  8. talk [to, with] somebody about your depression
  9. [get, seek] help for your depression
  10. take medication for your depression
  11. caused by depression
  12. can often cause depression
  13. depression in [children, men, students]
  14. depression and other mental illnesses
  15. commonly associated with depression
  16. severe depression
  17. a severe [bout, case] of depression
  18. to treat depression
  19. treat depression (with)
  20. managed to get over (the) depression
  21. diagnosed with clinical depression
  22. the severity of her depression
  23. [postpartum, seasonal] depression
  24. an economic depression
  25. the country is going through a depression
  26. the country is coming out of a depression
  27. the depression was caused by...
  28. in order to end the depression
  29. are stuck in a depression
  30. have been hit hard by the depression
  31. the depression [mostly, only] affected...
  32. were most affected by the depression
  33. were able to avoid a depression (by)
  34. struggled to get by during the depression
  35. the Great Depression
  36. lived [through, during] the Great Depression
  37. survived the Great Depression
  38. depression in the [stock, housing] market
  39. depressions on the [trunk, surface, water]
  40. meteorology: tropical depressions are expected
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