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  1. gripe

    • IPA[ɡrʌɪp]


    • v.
      complain about something in a persistent, irritating way;grasp tightly; clutch
    • n.
      a minor complaint;gastric or intestinal pain; colic
    • verb: gripe, 3rd person present: gripes, gerund or present participle: griping, past tense: griped, past participle: griped

    • noun: gripe, plural noun: gripes

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    • 1. informal complain about something in a persistent, irritating way it's no use griping about your boss or your pay ‘Holidays make no difference to Simon,’ Pat griped
    • 2. archaic grasp tightly; clutch Hilyard griped his dagger
    • 3. secure (a boat) with gripes.
    • 4. (of a ship) turn to face the wind despite the efforts of the helmsman.


    • 1. informal a minor complaint my only gripe is the size of the page numbers
    • 2. gastric or intestinal pain; colic if your baby has gripe or is teething, we have the medication to help them
    • 3. archaic an act of grasping something tightly he seized me by the arms with a rude gripe
    • 4. lashings securing a boat in its place on deck or in davits.
    • n.
      a solution given to babies for the relief of colic, wind, and indigestion.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ɡrīp]


    • v.
      complain about something in a persistent, irritating way: “Holidays don't make any difference to Simon,” Pat griped they gripe about the busywork
    • n.
      a minor complaint: his biggest gripe is that he has lost his sense of privacy

    Oxford American Dictionary