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humph

exclamation
 
 
/hʌmf/ often humorous
a short deep sound made with the lips closed, expressing anger or doubt, or pretended anger
(表示生氣、懷疑或假裝生氣)哼
Humph, I see you've got yourself some lunch and you haven't made any for the rest of us!
哼,我看見你為自己做了些午飯,卻沒幫我們其他人做任何吃的!
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in Chinese (Simplified) (表示生气、怀疑或假装生气)哼…
(Definition of humph from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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