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 Translation for 'sad' from English to Serbian
ADJ   sad | sadder | saddest
SYNO deplorable | distressing | lamentable | ...
тужан {adj}sad
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Translation for 'sad' from English to Serbian

sad
тужан {adj}
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Usage Examples English
  • Pupil size may be an indicator of sadness. A sad facial expression with small pupils is judged to be more intensely sad as the pupil size decreases.
  • Each part has several states to it: happy, sad, angry, etc.
  • Novi Sad Jazz Festival (Serbian Cyrillic: Новосадски Џез фестивал or "Novosadski jazz festival") is an annual jazz festival in Novi Sad, Serbia.
  • The song has a sad tone, describing that "for every star in heaven / there's a sad soul here today," and an overall sense of melancholic nostalgia lies over the song.
  • One former wife, who asked that she not be identified, said to "The New York Times": “It is a long and sad, sad story — a brilliant, brilliant man who was deeply flawed".

  • A positive correlation has been found between activation of the anterior cingulate cortex and the reported magnitude of sad feelings evoked by viewing sad film excerpts.
  • An example of the use of sad music is in the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) advertisements.
  • It has also been implicated in the mirroring of pupil size in sad facial expressions.
  • Junior's Lost Tooth: When Junior loses his first tooth, he is very sad.
  • Johann is sad because Embla, the cow of his family, has died. It was the only cow that the family had. Soon it will be Christmas, but without the cow and its milk, it is going to be a very sad one.

  • Alternatively, if the mood of the simulated figure were to change in real time from happy to sad, the interpolation would be more influenced by the happy walking motion at the start of the transition.
  • ET-188 was an IBM PC XT compatible computer made by the Yugoslav company Novkabel (Novosadska fabrika kabela - Novi Sad Cable Factory) from Novi Sad (now Serbia) in the 1980s.
  • The kingdom was sad because the king was sad in the holiday season.
  • Another facet of the album theme is that of the sad clown, where Shenoy counters the lighthearted tunes with the darker track of the same name "Sad Clown" that taps deepest into the loss of innocence theme.
  • Muftiship of Novi Sad (Serbian / Bosnian: "Novosadsko muftijstvo" or Новосадско муфтијство) is one of the four muftiships of the Islamic Community in Serbia.

  • From 1991 to 2001 he worked in the "YUCO" company in Novi Sad, in the area of law degree and later as general manager of "YUCO HEMIJE".
  • Another suggestion is that the absence of a face allows the owner to imagine it - when the owner is sad, they can imagine their "sarubobo" to be sad too.
  • Recurring themes in the series included "Sad Questions", relating to morbid topics and accompanied by sad music.
  • Until 2007, all ratings went with faces: green smiley face - all viewers; orange sad face - suitable for 7, 12, 15 years and over; red very sad face - suitable for adults only.
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