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Translation of "mourn" - English-Spanish dictionary

mourn

verb   /mɔːn/
to feel very sad because someone has died llorar la muerte de, estar de duelo He mourned for his dead son every day.
(Definition of mourn from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mourn

verb /moːn/
to have or show great sorrow eg for a person who has died llorar (la muerte de una persona), añorar, estar de luto She mourned (for) her dead son.
mourner noun
doliente The mourners stood round the graveside.
mournful adjective
feeling or showing sorrow afligido, enlutado She wore a mournful expression on her face.
mournfully adverb
afligidamente, tristemente
mourning noun
grief shown eg because of someone’s death luto, duelo Kelly is still in mourning for her mum.
black or dark-coloured/colored clothes suitable for a mourner luto She was wearing mourning.
(Definition of mourn from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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