Definición de distraught en inglés:

distraught

Saltos de línea: dis|traught
Pronunciación: /dɪˈstrɔːt
 
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adjetivo

Very worried and upset: a distraught woman sobbed and screamed for help he is terribly distraught
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The verdict and sentence have left Rita's older sister Annette distraught and deeply upset.
  • My parents were distraught and upset by the actions of this person or people.
  • This is something no one dare tell a distraught woman, desperate to know whether she should be grieving or not.
Sinónimos
worried, upset, distressed, fraught, devastated, shattered; overcome, overwrought, beside oneself, out of one's mind, desperate, at one's wits' end; hysterical, frenzied, raving, deranged
informal in a state, worked up
British informal swivel-eyed

Origen

late Middle English: alteration of the obsolete adjective distract (from Latin distractus 'pulled apart'), influenced by straught, archaic past participle of stretch.

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