moan

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} inlemek
figan etmek
inildemek
dırdır
zırıldamak
sızlanmak
hkr.ağlamak
sızlanma

İnlemeni ve sızlanmanı duymaktan bıktım. - I am tired of hearing you moan and groan.

inilti
{f} inle

Tom acı içinde inledi ve yardım için bağırdı. - Tom moaned in pain and screamed for help.

Yaralı adam sessizce inledi. - The injured man moaned quietly.

(fiil) inlemek
sızlan/inle
(isim) inilti
sızlanma/inilti
figan
inlem
moaning
inilti
moaner
inleyen
moaned
inledi
you moan
Eğer inilti
moaner
inleyen kimse
moaning
{i} inleme

Tom acı içinde inlemeye başladı. - Tom started moaning in pain.

moaning
sızlanan
Türkisch - Türkisch
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Englisch - Englisch
a low, mournful cry of pain, sorrow or pleasure
to complain
to make a moan or similar sound
{n} a lamentation
{v} to grieve, to lament
A moan is a complaint. They have been listening to people's gripes, moans and praise
{f} release of a groan or sigh; make a noise like a moan
To emit a sound like moan; said of things inanimate; as, the wind moans
A moan is a low noise. the occasional moan of the wind round the corners of the house
{i} groan, sigh; sound like a moan
indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure; "The students groaned when the professor got out the exam booklets"; "The ancient door soughed when opened"
A low mournful or murmuring sound; of things
a low, mournful cry of pain, sorrow or even pleasure
If you have a moan, you complain about something. You can go see him and have a good old moan
To make a low prolonged sound of grief or pain, whether articulate or not; to groan softly and continuously
To bewail audibly; to lament
To afflict; to distress
disapproval To moan means to complain or speak in a way which shows that you are very unhappy. I used to moan if I didn't get at least six hours' sleep at night. moaning about the weather Meg moans, `I hated it!' The gardener was moaning that he had another garden to do later that morning
an utterance expressing pain or disapproval
A low prolonged sound, articulate or not, indicative of pain or of grief; a low groan
If you moan, you make a low sound, usually because you are unhappy or in pain. Tony moaned in his sleep and then turned over on his side `My head, my head,' he moaned. `I can't see.' = groan Moan is also a noun. Suddenly she gave a low, choking moan and began to tremble violently
moaning
Present participle of moan
piss and moan
To complain, especially needlessly and loudly

Are you going to do something about it, or are you just going to piss and moan?.

A moan
mone
moaned
past of moan
moaner
disapproval If you refer to someone as a moaner, you are critical of them because they often complain about things. Film critics are dreadful moaners
moaner
{i} one who moans, one who groans, one who produces a prolonged sigh
moaner
one who moans
moaner
a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining
moaning
making low inarticulate sound as e g of pain or sorrow; "the groaning wounded"; "moaning sounds in her sleep"
moaning
{i} complaining; groaning; lamenting (Archaic)
moans
plural of moan
moans
third-person singular of moan
moan
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