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groan
groʊn
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An utterance expressing pain or disapproval.
(动) As a verb
  1. Indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure.
Hyphenationgroan
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
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呻吟shēnyínto moan; to groan
叹息tànxīto sigh; to gasp (in admiration)
渴望kěwàngto thirst for; to long for
shēngroan
yánto groan; to moan
hēngto groan; to snort; to hum; to croon; humph!
咯吱gēzhī(onom.) creak; groan
jièsigh; groan; loud laughter
yínto chant; to recite; to moan; to groan; cry (of certain animals and insects); song (ancient poem)
(non-classical form of ) anger; passion; rage, to sigh; to groan
used to represent sound; to hum; to groan
xiāasthmatic breathing, supposed upward motion of the spirit (in Chinese herb medicine), to long for; to covet, to hum over; to moan; to groan
(same as ) to laugh heartily; to roar with laughter; to groan; to moan
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