English → English - sigh

n. loud exhalation which expresses relief or sorrow or other emotions; sighing sound, sound of rushing air
v. exhale loudly in relief or sorrow; make a sighing sound; yearn, long for

English → Spanish - sigh

s. suspiro
v. suspirar, proferir un suspiro; decir suspirando

English → French - sigh

n. soupir
v. soupirer; languir

English → German - sigh

n. Seufzer
v. seufzen; vermissen, sehnen

English → Indonesian - sigh

n. keluh, nafas panjang, rintihan, desah
v. mengeluh, mengesah, bernafas, mendesah, mendesau, merindukan

English → Italian - sigh

s. il sospirare; sospiro; lamento, gemito
v. sospirare; (fig) rimpiangere, avere rimpianti; gemere

English → Polish - sigh

n. westchnienie, poszept wiatru
v. westchnąć, wzdychać

English → Portuguese - sigh

s. suspiro
v. suspirar; ter saudades, ter lembranças nostálgicas

English → Romanian - sigh

n. suspin, oftat, suspinare, of, ah
v. ofta, suspina, geme

English → Russian - sigh

с. вздох
г. вздыхать, охать, тосковать

English → Turkish - sigh

f. ah etmek, iç çekmek
i. iç çekiş, ah etme, derin bir nefes alma

English → Ukrainian - sigh

n. зітхання, подув, зідхання
v. зітхати, нудьгувати, оплакувати, ахати, зідхнути

English → Dutch - sigh

zn. zucht
ww. zuchten; verlangen; smachten

English → Greek - sigh

ουσ. αναστεναγμός, στεναγμός
ρήμ. αναστενάζω

English → Arabic - sigh

‏تنهد، تلهف، حسرة، تحسر، تفجع، تأوه، أنة‏
‏تنهد، تنفس الصعداء، تلهف، تحسر على‏

English → Chinese - sigh

(名) 叹息, 叹息声
(动) 叹息, 叹气; 叹息着说

English → Chinese - sigh

(名) 歎息, 歎息聲
(動) 歎息, 歎氣; 歎息著說

English → Hindi - sigh

n. आह, उसांस, निःश्वास, उच्छ्‌वास, झोंका
v. दीर्घ श्वास लेना, निःश्वास लेना, आह भरना, विलाप करना, आह लेकर दुःख प्रकट करना

English → Japanese - sigh

(動) ため息をつく; 懐かしむ; そよぐ
(名) ため息

English → Korean - sigh

명. 한숨; 한숨소리
동. 한숨 쉬다, 한숨짓다, 탄식하다; 한숨소리를 내다; 그리워 하다

English → Vietnamese - sigh

n. tiếng thở dài, tiếng thở ra, hơi thở
v. thở dài, thở ra

Definition of sigh

1. A deep and prolonged audible inspiration or respiration of air, as when fatigued, frustrated, grieved, or relieved; the act of sighing.
2. Figuratively, a manifestation of grief; a lament.
3. A person who is bored.
4. To inhale a larger quantity of air than usual, and immediately expel it; to make a deep single audible respiration, especially as the result or involuntary expression of fatigue, exhaustion, grief, sorrow, frustration, or the like.
When she saw it wasn't damaged, she sighed with relief.
He sighed. It was going to be a long night.
He sighed over the lost opportunity.
5. To lament; to grieve.
6. To utter sighs over; to lament or mourn over.
7. To experience an emotion associated with sighing.
He silently sighed for his lost youth.
8. To make a sound like sighing.
9. To exhale (the breath) in sighs.
She sighed a sigh that was nearly a groan.
Sigh a note and sing a note
10. To express by sighs; to utter in or with sighs.
"I guess I have no choice," she sighed.
She sighed her frustrations.
11. An expression of fatigue, exhaustion, grief, sorrow, frustration, or the like, often used in casual written contexts.
Sigh, I'm so bored at work today.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: sighing
Present: sigh (3.person: sighs)
Past: sighed
Future: will sigh
Present conditional: would sigh
Present Perfect: have sighed (3.person: has sighed)
Past Perfect: had sighed
Future Perfect: will have sighed
Past conditional: would have sighed
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