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depressed

1. suffering from depression
2. characterized by relative economic hardship, such as unemployment
3. (of plant parts) flattened as though pressed from above
4. Zoology flattened from top to bottom
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With regard to M3, the Committee anticipated that the ongoing restructuring of depository institutions would continue to depress the growth of this aggregate relative to spending and total credit.
In some cases, they were depressed because the level of depression at their companies was so great they didn't want to depress everybody else in America by reporting it.
In a new study, scientists offer a rare peek at how genetics and interactions with adults collaborate either to depress mood or to foster resilience in abused kids.