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wail
weɪl
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A cry of sorrow and grief.
(动) As a verb
  1. Cry weakly or softly.
  2. Emit long loud cries.
Hyphenationwail
Part of Speech(不及物的动) intransitive verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
悲叹bēitànto bewail; to sigh mournfully; to lament
哀号āiháoto cry piteously; anguished wailing; same as 哀嚎
痛快tòngkuai, tòngkuàidelighted; to one's heart's content; straightforward
呼号hūháoto wail; to cry out in distress
táowail
哀泣āiqìto wail
哭喊kūhǎnto wail
táowail
嚎啕大哭háotáo dàkūto wail; to bawl (idiom)
怨声yuànshēngwail; lament; voice of complaint
to sob; wail
呼嚎hūháoto roar (of animals); to wail; to cry out in distress; see also 呼号
哀鸣āimíngplaintive whine; wail
啼哭tíkūto cry; to wail
号哭háokūto bawl; to wail; to cry
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