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English translation of 'gimotear'

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gimotear

Verb Table intransitive verb
(gemir) to whine
(lamentar) to wail
(lloriquear) to snivel

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Used Rarely. gimotear is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'gimotear' in Other Languages

British English: whine VERB
If something or someone whines, they make a long, high noise that sounds sad or unpleasant.
He could hear her dog barking and whining in the background.
  • American English: whine
  • Brazilian Portuguese: lamuriar-se
  • Chinese: 哀鸣
  • European Spanish: gimotear
  • French: geindre
  • German: jaulen
  • Italian: gemere
  • Japanese: 哀訴するような声で泣く
  • Korean: 징징거리다
  • European Portuguese: lamuriar-se
  • Spanish: gimotear

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Translation of gimotear from the Collins Spanish to English
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