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

Definición de distraught en inglés:

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.

Palabras que riman con distraught

abort, apport, assort, athwart, aught, besought, bethought, bort, bought, brought, caught, cavort, comport, consort, contort, Cort, court, escort, exhort, export, extort, fort, fought, fraught, import, methought, misreport, mort, naught, nought, Oort, ought, outfought, port, Porte, purport, quart, rort, short, snort, sort, sought, sport, support, swart, taught, taut, thought, thwart, tort, transport, wart, wrought

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