English adjective: distressed
|1.||distressed facing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty|
|Samples||Distressed companies need loans and technical advice.|
Financially hard-pressed Mexican hotels are lowering their prices.
We were hard put to meet the mortgage payment.
Found themselves in a bad way financially.
|Synonyms||hard put, hard-pressed, in a bad way|
|2.||distressed generalized feeling of distress|
|See also||dejected, unhappy|
|3.||distressed suffering severe physical strain or distress|
|Samples||He dropped out of the race, clearly distressed and having difficulty breathing.|
|4.||distressed afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief|
|Samples||Too upset to say anything.|
Spent many disquieted moments.
Distressed about her son's leaving home.
Lapsed into disturbed sleep.
A worried frown.
One last worried check of the sleeping children.
|Synonyms||disquieted, disturbed, upset, worried|