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Spanish translation of “sigh”

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sigh

verb /sai/
to take a long, deep-sounding breath showing tiredness, sadness, longing etc
suspirar
She sighed with exasperation.
to say, or express, with sighs
suspirar, susurrar
’I’ve still got several hours’ work to do,’ he sighed.
heave a sigh to sigh
dar un suspiro
She heaved a sigh of relief when she found her purse.
Translations of “sigh”
in Korean 한숨 쉬다…
in Arabic يَتَنَهَّد…
in French soupirer…
in Italian sospirare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 歎息,歎氣, (風穿過樹林時)發出嗚咽聲…
in Russian вздыхать…
in Turkish iç çekmek…
in Polish wzdychać…
in Portuguese suspirar…
in German seufzen…
in Catalan sospirar…
in Japanese ため息をつく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 叹息,叹气, (风穿过树林时)发出呜咽声…
(Definition of sigh from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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