the wretched conditions in which the prisoners are keptthe soldiers were found in a wretched condition
to live in wretched povertyvivir en la miseria más absoluta
most of them live in wretched povertythe wretched state of the economy
what wretched luck!¡maldita la suerte!;where's that wretched dog!¡dónde está ese maldito or condenado perro!;to feel wretched(miserable)sentirse infeliz;(ill)sentirse muy mal
anything is better than feeling utterly wretched just when everyone else is having all the funI feel quite wretched thinking of him all alone for Christmasalthough the final result of the treatment is very beneficial it can make the sufferer feel wretched
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