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sigh

verb

  1. breathe out, exhale, moan, suspire (archaic) •  Dad sighed and stood up.
  2. moan, complain, groan, mourn, grieve, lament, sorrow •  ‘Everyone forgets,’ she sighed.
  3. rustle, whisper, murmur, sough •  The wind sighed through the valley.

noun

  1. exhalation, moan, groan •  She heaved a weary sigh.

'sigh' in Other Languages

  • British English: sigh When you let out a sigh, you let out a deep breath.She kicked off her shoes with a sigh.saɪ NOUN
  • Arabic: تَنَهُّد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: suspiro
  • Chinese: 叹息声
  • Croatian: uzdah
  • Czech: povzdech
  • Danish: suk
  • Dutch: zucht
  • European Spanish: suspiro
  • Finnish: huokaus
  • French: soupir
  • German: Seufzer Seufzer
  • Greek: αναστεναγμός
  • Italian: sospiro
  • Japanese: ため息
  • Korean: 한숨
  • Norwegian: sukk
  • Polish: westchnienie
  • Portuguese: suspiro
  • Romanian: oftat oftaturi
  • Russian: вздох
  • Spanish: suspiro
  • Swedish: suck
  • Thai: การถอนหายใจ
  • Turkish: iç çekme
  • Ukrainian: зітхання
  • Vietnamese: tiếng thở dài
  • British English: sigh When you sigh, you let out a deep breath, as a way of expressing feelings such as disappointment, tiredness, or pleasure.He sighed wearily.saɪ VERB
  • Arabic: يَتَنَهَّدُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: suspirar
  • Chinese: 叹息
  • Croatian: uzdahnuti
  • Czech: vzdychat vzdychnout
  • Danish: sukke
  • Dutch: zuchten
  • European Spanish: suspirar
  • Finnish: huokaista
  • French: soupirer
  • German: seufzen
  • Greek: αναστενάζω
  • Italian: sospirare
  • Japanese: ため息をつく
  • Korean: 한숨 쉬다
  • Norwegian: sukke
  • Polish: westchnąć wzdychać
  • Portuguese: suspirar
  • Romanian: a ofta
  • Russian: вздыхать
  • Spanish: suspirar
  • Swedish: sucka
  • Thai: ถอนหายใจ
  • Turkish: iç geçirmek
  • Ukrainian: зітхати зітхнути
  • Vietnamese: thở dài

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