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"Uncomfortable" is an adjective which is often translated as "incómodo", and "it makes me sad" is a phrase which is often translated as "me entristece". Learn more about the difference between "uncomfortable" and "it makes me sad" below.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (painful)
a. incómodo
My new shoes haven't been broken in yet, so they're uncomfortable.Mis zapatos nuevos no se han aflojado, así que son incómodos.
2. (disconcerting)
a. desagradable
It's uncomfortable to talk to your ex-wife about child custody, but it has to be done.Es desagradable hablar con tu ex esposa sobre la custodia de los hijos, pero tiene que hacerse.
b. molesto
I had an uncomfortable conversation yesterday with my landlord.Tuve una conversación molesta ayer con el dueño de mi departamento.
3. (uneasy)
a. incómodo
She felt uncomfortable walking through the alleyway alone.Se sintió incómoda caminando sola por el callejón.
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it makes me sad(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. me entristece
It makes me sad that the holidays no longer excite me.Me entristece que estas fechas ya no me conmueven.
b. me da tristeza
It makes me sad when I see racism.Me da tristeza cuando veo el racismo.
c. me pone triste
It makes me sad when I see you sad.Me pone triste cuando te veo triste.
d. me da pena
It makes me sad to hear that your father died.Me da pena oír que murió tu padre.
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