Traducción de grief-stricken en Espa?ol:

grief-stricken

consternado, adj.

Pronunciación /?ɡrif ??str?k?n/ /?ɡri?fstr?k(?)n/

Ver definición en Espa?ol de consternado

adjetivo

literario
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    (person) consternado literario
    (person) acongojado literario
    (person) desconsolado
    (voice/expression) acongojado literario
    (voice/expression) apesadumbrado
    • A grief-stricken widow took her own life six months after the death of her husband - and just days after she had been sent home from her job of 20 years.
    • Her grief-stricken sisters tried to help her but she was inconsolable.
    • My father was grief-stricken and couldn't cope, so I was passed around aunts and uncles for a few years.
    • In these post-tsunami times, with nonstop images of tiny outstretched hands and grief-stricken eyes on the television, most of us feel a yearning to do something to help.
    • Churches in the grief-stricken communities of Camblesforth and Strensall will open their doors tomorrow to offer spiritual support for villagers.
    • As the thunder continued to rumble overhead, grief-stricken residents wiped tears from their eyes as they stood to read the many messages of condolence.
    • His mother and brother look on, grief-stricken.
    • They were sad, of course, but not grief-stricken.
    • ‘He died the way he lived - having fun,’ said his grief-stricken mother, Caroline.
    • And his grief-stricken son-in-law, Robert Carroll said he was a man of conviction who was loved and respected by those closest to him.
    • She was a woman of great courage and she will long be remembered by her grief-stricken family and also the many people whose lives she touched down the years.
    • Hundreds of people went to the cemetery as news of the onslaught spread, and grief-stricken relatives were still turning up 24 hours later.
    • Afterwards he talked to the young man's grief-stricken father.
    • The couple were left grief-stricken after the tragedy which claimed the life of their son and his best friend.
    • Yesterday, her grief-stricken parents said their last goodbye to their daughter at her funeral in Cootehhill.
    • As the ceremony unfolded, grief-stricken relatives clung to each other for support inside a specially erected marquee.
    • Throughout the day, grief-stricken fellow pupils laid flowers at the main entrance of the school with many breaking down in tears.
    • But shortly after their honeymoon Dorothy died and Berlin, grief-stricken, went to Europe.
    • The grief-stricken parents of a schoolboy found hanged in his bedroom insisted yesterday he had not been the victim of bullying.
    • The victim's grief-stricken aunt said other teenagers should take heed of the accident and not treat trial bikes as toys.