La triste noticia me dejó cabizbaja.The sad news made me feel downcast.
Al verlo a Pedro tan cabizbajo, quise consolarlo.Seeing Pedro so crestfallen, I wanted to comfort him.
Se te ve algo cabizbaja y triste. ¿Qué te pasa?You look a little dejected and sad. What's the matter?
2. (looking downwards)
No entiendo por qué siempre andas cabizbajo, mirando el celular.I don't understand why you always walk along with your head down, looking at your cellphone.
Luisa caminaba rápido, cabizbaja: algo malo le pasaba.Luisa was walking quickly, with her head down - something was wrong with her.
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