groan

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} inlemek
{i} sızlanma

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

{i} inleme

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

Tom inlemeye başladı. - Tom started groaning.

ıhlamak
inildemek
{f} inle

Tom inlemeye başladı. - Tom started groaning.

Adam acı içinde inledi. - The man groaned in pain.

inilti

Çığlıklar ve iniltiler vardı. - There were screams and groans.

{i} sıkıntı
ah etmek
gıcırda/inle
{f} sızlanmak
yük altında olmak
inleyecek derecede ıstırap çekmek
gıcırtı/inilti
{f} gıcırdamak
hasret çekmek
groaningly inleyerek
figan
groan bitterly
inim inim inlemek
groaning
{i} inilti
groaning
inleyerek
you groan
Eğer inilti
groaning
inleme

Tom inlemeye başladı. - Tom started groaning.

groaning
inilti sesi
groaning
inleyen
groaning
(sıfat) inleyen
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To make a groan
A low, mournful sound uttered in pain or grief
A low, guttural sound uttered in frustration or disapproval
{n} a hoarse and mournful sound, a deep sigh
{v} to mourn with a hoarse deep noise
{f} utter a low sound of pain or pleasure; moan; sigh
emphasis If you say that something such as a table groans under the weight of food, you are emphasizing that there is a lot of food on it. The bar counter groans under the weight of huge plates of the freshest fish. a table groaning with food
To affect by groans
A low, moaning sound; usually, a deep, mournful sound uttered in pain or great distress; sometimes, an expression of strong disapprobation; as, the remark was received with groans
If wood or something made of wood groans, it makes a loud sound when it moves. The timbers groan and creak and the floorboards shift
an utterance expressing pain or disapproval
If you groan, you make a long, low sound because you are in pain, or because you are upset or unhappy about something. Slowly, he opened his eyes. As he did so, he began to groan with pain They glanced at the man on the floor, who began to groan She was making small groaning noises. = moan Groan is also a noun. She heard him let out a pitiful, muffled groan As his ball flew wide, there was a collective groan from the stands. = moan
If you groan something, you say it in a low, unhappy voice. `My leg -- I think it's broken,' Eric groaned
disapproval If you say that someone or something is groaning under the weight of something, you think there is too much of that thing. Consumers were groaning under the weight of high interest rates
If you groan about something, you complain about it. His parents were beginning to groan about the price of college tuition. Groan is also a noun. Listen sympathetically to your child's moans and groans about what she can't do
indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure; "The students groaned when the professor got out the exam booklets"; "The ancient door soughed when opened"
To give forth a low, moaning sound in breathing; to utter a groan, as in pain, in sorrow, or in derision; to moan
an utterance expressing pain or disapproval indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure; "The students groaned when the professor got out the exam booklets"; "The ancient door soughed when opened
To strive after earnestly, as with groans
{i} low utterance of pain or pleasure; moan; sigh
A low, guttural sound of frustration
groan under
heavily burdened, weighed down, suffering greatly
groaner
One who groans or complains

I don't need to hear from groaners like you.

groaner
A work of extremely low quality, so bad as to inspire groaning

That movie was a real groaner.

groaning
A low sound associated with extended suffering, sorrow, and toil
groaning
That is heavily laden
groaning
Making groans
groaning
Present participle of groan
groaning
That groans
groaning
{n} the act of sending out groans, a groan
Titus Groan
a novel by the British writer Mervyn Peake. It tells the story of Titus, the 77th Earl of Groan, in his castle called Gormenghast, and it is full of strange and frightening characters (1946)
groaned
Simple past and past participle of groan
groaner
a person who groans
groaner
{i} one who moans, one who sighs
groaning
of pain or sorrow; "the groaning wounded"; "moaning sounds in her sleep
groaning
{i} low sound expressing pain or misery; deep sound of something old or under pressure (i.e. machinery or old wooden stairs)
groaning
making low inarticulate sound as e g of pain or sorrow; "the groaning wounded"; "moaning sounds in her sleep"
groaning
{s} emitting a low sound of pain or pleasure; moaning; sighing
groaning
making low inarticulate sound as e
groans
plural of groan
groans
third-person singular of groan
groan
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