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harrumph

verb [I]
 
 
/həˈrʊmf/ informal mainly humorous
to express anger and disapproval, often not by speaking but making a noise
發哼聲(以表示異議或憤怒)
I didn't hear what he said - he sort of harrumphed and walked off.
我沒聽到他說甚麼——他哼了一聲就走開了。
[+ speech] "Absolute nonsense!" harrumphed the colonel.
「一派胡言!」上校哼了一聲,說道。
Sounds used as interjectionsInterjections
Translations of “harrumph”
in Chinese (Simplified) 发哼声(以表示异议或愤怒)…
(Definition of harrumph from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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