Definition of downpressed in English:

downpressed

Pronunciation /daʊnˈprɛst/

noun

Caribbean
  • With plural agreement and chiefly with the. Those who are kept in a position of subjection and hardship; oppressed people collectively.

adjective

Caribbean
  • That has been pressed down, depressed (literal and figurative); (in later use) especially kept in a position of subjection and hardship; oppressed.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Book of the Foundation of St. Bartholomew's Church in London. From down- + pressed, past participle of press.