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whine

verb [I]     /waɪn/
to make a long, high, sad sound 發出哀鳴;發出哀叫聲 Leon's dog was sitting by the door whining, so I thought I'd better take it for a walk. 利昂的狗蹲在門口嗚嗚直叫,所以我覺得最好帶牠散散步。 Animal (non-human) soundsComplaining
disapproving If you whine, especially as a child, you complain or express disappointment or unhappiness repeatedly (尤指小孩)不停地嘀咕,哼哼唧唧 Alice, if you carry on whining like that I won't take you - do you understand! 愛麗斯,如果你繼續那樣嘀嘀咕咕,我就不帶你了——明白了吧! Animal (non-human) soundsComplaining
(Definition of whine verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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