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Translation of "moan" - English-Spanish dictionary

moan

verb   /məʊn/
to say that something is wrong or that you are angry about something quejarse She’s always moaning about work.
to make a low sound, especially because part of your body hurts gemir He lay on the floor moaning.
noun   /məʊn/
a low sound, especially one you make because part of your body hurts gemido
(Definition of moan from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

moan

verb /məun/
to make a low sound of grief, pain etc gemir The wounded soldier moaned.
to complain quejarse, lamentarse She’s always moaning about how hard she has to work.
(Definition of moan from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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