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weep

verb uk   /wiːp/ (wept, wept) us  

weep verb (CRY)

C2 [I or T] literary to cry tears: People in the street wept with joy when peace was announced. She wept buckets (= cried a lot) when Paul left.
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weep verb (INJURY)

[I] (of an injury) to produce liquid such as pus: The sore is still weeping a lot so you'll have to change the dressing once a day.
weep
noun [S] uk   literary us  
It might help you to have a good weep.
Traducciones de “weep”
en coreano 울다…
en árabe يَبْكي…
en francés pleurer…
en turco ağlamak, göz yaşı dökmek…
en italiano piangere…
en chino (tradicionál) 哭泣, 哭泣,流(淚)…
en ruso плакать…
en polaco płakać…
en español llorar…
en portugués derramar lágrimas, chorar…
en alemán weinen…
en catalán plorar…
en japonés 涙を流す, 嘆き悲しむ…
en chino (simplificado) 哭泣, 哭泣,流(泪)…
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