名词:gloominess 副词:gloomily 形容词比较级:gloomier 最高级:gloomiest
adj (-ier, -iest)
1 dark or unlighted, esp in a way that is depressing or frightening 阴暗的, 黑暗的（尤指使人沮丧或恐惧）
*a gloomy corner, passage, room, house 黑暗的角落、过道、屋子、房子
* a gloomy day, ie with dark clouds and dull light 阴沉沉的一天.
2 (that makes people feel) sad and depressed （使人感到）忧愁的, 沮丧的
*a gloomy outlook, prospect, etc 悲观的看法、前景等
* What are you so gloomy about? Cheer up! 你为什么情绪这么低落? 振作起来吧!
* a gloomy face, expression, voice, person 忧伤的面孔、表情、声音、人.
making you feel that things will not improve
= depressing The report paints a gloomy picture of the economy.
sad because you think the situation will not improve
= depressed Anne dismissed these gloomy thoughts from her mind.
dark, especially in a way that makes you feel sad It was a gloomy room with one small window.>gloomilyadv
1. Why are you so gloomy? 你为啥这样忧闷？
2. However, in the absence of plausible alternative explanations for the gloomy economic news of the past 15 — 20 years and the gloomier prospects implicit in the projections of those trends, industrial societies — fearful for the future — might very we 然而, 由于对过去15-20年里令人感到沮丧的经济新闻和对那些趋势的反映中暗含的更为令人感到沮丧的前景没能作出其他令人信服的解释，工业社会因为害怕未来很可能会要采取倒退措施。
3. Following him down the corridor of the gloomy French hotel where Albert had a room, Charles felt disappointed. 随着艾伯特穿过他所住的法国旅馆的昏暗走廊时，查尔斯很是失望。