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mopeverb [I]

 us   /moʊp/
to be unhappy and unwilling to think or act in a positive manner, esp. because you are disappointed: Don’t sit in the house moping – go out and enjoy yourself.
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Translations of “mope”
in Spanish abatirse, andar deprimido…
in Vietnamese rầu rĩ…
in Malaysian murung…
in Thai เศร้าโศก…
in French broyer du noir…
in German Trübsal blasen…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指因失望而)闷闷不乐,自怨自艾…
in Indonesian murung…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指因失望而)悶悶不樂,自怨自艾…
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