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Spanish translation of “groan”

groan

verb /ɡrəun/
to produce a deep sound (because of pain, unhappiness etc)
gemir; gruñir
He groaned when he heard that he had failed his exam The table was groaning with food (= there was a great deal of food on it).
(Definition of groan from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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