An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (in emotional anguish)
a. desconsolado
She was distraught after her dog's death.Ella estaba desconsolada después de la muerte de su perro.
b. angustiado
I couldn't bear to hear the distraught cries of the mourners.No soportaba escuchar los llantos angustiados de los dolientes.
c. consternado
I'm distraught at the thought of losing you.Estoy consternado frente a la posibilidad de no tenerte.
d. acongojado
The widow was distraught at the funeral.La viuda estaba acongojada en el funeral.
2. (crazy)
a. enloquecido
He was distraught and raving.Él estaba enloquecido y delirante.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. desconsolado(a), consternado(a)
to be distraughtestar desconsolado(a) or consternado(a)
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distraught [dɪsˈtrɔːt]
afligido; alterado; (LAm)
in a distraught voice con una voz embargada por la emoción
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