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Translation of "whine" - English-Spanish dictionary

whine

verb   /waɪn/ ( present participle whining, past tense and past participle whined)
to complain in an annoying way quejarse She’s always whining about something.
(Definition of whine from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

whine

verb /wain/
to utter a complaining cry or a cry of suffering gemir The dog whines when it’s left alone in the house.
to make a similar noise gemido I could hear the engine whine.
to complain unnecessarily quejarse Stop whining about how difficult this job is!
whiningly adverb
quejumbrosamente
(Definition of whine from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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