1. past participle of distress
2. adjective
1) бедствующий; distressed areas районы хронической безработицы
2) потерпевший аварию
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1 (a) бедствующий; болезненный; нарушенный; потерпевший аварию
2 (n) терпящий бедствие
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1) бедствующий, страдающий 2) потерпевший аварию
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[dis·tressed || dɪ'strest] adj. бедствующий, потерпевший аварию
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1) бедствующий, страдающий (от чего-л.) 2) потерпевший аварию 3) пораженный (at, by, with - чем-л.)

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