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moan

US [moʊn]
UK [məʊn]
  • v.呻吟;哼叫;抱怨(有时没原因地):
  • n.呻吟声;(波浪,风等的)号;悲叹声;〔诗〕悲叹
  • Web呜咽;你轻轻地呻吟
Past Participle:moaned  Present Participle:moaning  Simple Present:moans  
moan
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v.
1.
[i][t]
呻吟to make a long deep sound, usually expressing unhappiness, suffering or sexual pleasure
The injured man was lying on the ground, moaning.
受伤的人躺在地上呻吟着。
to moan in/with pain
痛苦地呻吟
‘I might never see you again,’ she moaned.
她呻吟着说:“我可能再也见不到你了。”
2.
[i][t]
(informal)
~ (at sb)
抱怨to complain about sth in a way that other people find annoying
What are you moaning on about now?
你在抱怨什么呢?
They're always moaning and groaning about how much they have to do.
他们总是牢骚满腹,抱怨有很多事要做。
Bella moaned that her feet were cold.
贝拉抱怨说她的脚冷。
3.
[i]
呼啸;发出萧萧声to make a long deep sound
n.
1.
[c]
呻吟声a long deep sound, usually expressing unhappiness, suffering or sexual pleasure
a low moan of despair/anguish
在绝望╱痛苦中发出的低沉的呻吟声
2.
[c]
(informal)
抱怨a complaint about sth
We had a good moan about work.
我们对工作大大地抱怨了一番。
His letters are full of the usual moans and groans.
他的来信总是满纸怨言。
3.
[sing]
(尤指风的)呼啸声,萧萧声a long deep sound, especially the sound that is made by the wind

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