depress

[v] - lower (prices or markets) 2. [v] - lower someone`s spirits 3. [v] - lessen the activity or force of
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Depress

• (v. t.) To cast a gloom upon; to sadden; as, his spirits were depressed. • (v. t.) To bring down or humble; to abase, as pride. • (v. t.) To lessen in price; to cause to decline in value; to cheapen; to depreciate. • (v. t.) To press down; to cause to sink; to let fall; to lower; as, to depress the muzzle of a gun; to depress ...
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depress

deject verb lower someone`s spirits; make downhearted; `These news depressed her`; `The bad state of her child`s health demoralizes her`
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Depress

De·press' adjective [ Latin depressus , past participle ] Having the middle lower than the border; concave. [ Obsolete] « If the seal be depress or hollow.» Hammond.
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Depress

De·press' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Depressed ; present participle & verbal noun Depressing .] [ Latin depressus , past participle of deprimere ; de- + premere to press. See Press...
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depress

Having the middle lower than the border; concave. 'If the seal be depress or hollow.' (Hammond) ... Origin: L. Depressus, p. P. ... 1. To press down; to cause to sink; to let fall; to lower; as, to depress the muzzle of a gun; to depress the eyes. 'With lips depressed.' ... 2. To bring down or humble; to abase, as pride. ... 3. To cast a gloom upon...
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depress

Latin de = prefix implying descent, and pressum = pressed, hence to press down, and depression = downward movement or a concavity on a surface.
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