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sigh

verb [I]  /sɑɪ/ us  
to breathe out a deep breath that can be heard, esp. because you are tired, sad, pleased, or bored: Angelica sighed in relief. She sighs again, looking bored. fig. A soft breeze sighed through the trees.

sigh

noun [C]  /sɑɪ/ us  
the sound of someone taking a deep breath: You could hear an occasional sigh from the crowd.
Traducciones de “sigh”
en coreano 한숨 쉬다…
en árabe يَتَنَهَّد…
en francés soupirer…
en turco iç çekmek…
en italiano sospirare…
en chino (tradicionál) 歎息,歎氣, (風穿過樹林時)發出嗚咽聲…
en ruso вздыхать…
en polaco wzdychać…
en español suspirar, susurrar…
en portugués suspirar…
en alemán seufzen…
en catalán sospirar…
en japonés ため息をつく…
en chino (simplificado) 叹息,叹气, (风穿过树林时)发出呜咽声…
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