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whine

verb [I]
 
 
/waɪn/
COMPLAIN to complain in an annoying way
jęczeć, marudzić
She's always whining about something.Complaining
CRY to make a long, high, sad sound
skomleć, jęczeć
The dog whined and scratched at the door.Animal (non-human) sounds
whine noun [C]
skomlenie, jęk
(Definition of whine from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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