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hundido
-sank
Past participle ofhundir.

hundido

hundido(
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (immersed)
a. sunken
El cofre fue encontrado en el fondo del mar en el interior de un pecio hundido.The chest was found inside a sunken ship at the bottom of the sea.
2. (hollow)
a. deep-set
Dirigí mi mirada a sus ojos hundidos y noté tristeza.I looked her into her deep-set eyes and saw sadness.
b. sunken
La enfermedad prolongada hacía que su cuerpo pareciera deshidratado y sus ojos hundidos.His extended illness made his body seem dehydrated and his eyes seem sunken.
3. (demoralized)
a. depressed
Se lo ve hundido. ¿Es porque su hija se mudó de su casa?He looks depressed. Is it because his daughter moved out?
b. downcast
Laura se sentía hundida y desalentada, pero nunca lo admitió.Laura was downcast and discouraged, but she never admitted it.
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hundido
adjective
1 [+barco, huellas] sunken
2 [+ojos] deep-set; hollow
3 (desmoralizado) downcast; demoralized
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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