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  1. sigh

    • IPA[sʌɪ]

    英式

    • v.
      emit a long, deep audible breath expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or similar;(of the wind or something through which the wind blows) make a sound resembling a sigh
    • n.
      a long, deep audible exhalation expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or similar;a gentle sound resembling a sigh, especially one made by the wind
    • verb: sigh, 3rd person present: sighs, gerund or present participle: sighing, past tense: sighed, past participle: sighed

    • noun: sigh, plural noun: sighs

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    • 1. a long, deep audible exhalation expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or similar she let out a long sigh of despair the councils heaved a sigh of relief when they saved over £6m between them
    • a gentle sound resembling a sigh, especially one made by the wind except for the sigh of the wind, it was very quiet
    • ph.
      exhale noisily as a sign of relief (often used hyperbolically)

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      exhale noisily as a sign of relief

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      a 16th-century enclosed bridge in Venice between the Doges' Palace and the state prison, ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      a 16th-century enclosed bridge in Venice between the Doges' Palace and the state prison, ...

    Oxford Dictionary

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    美式

    • v.
      emit a long, deep, audible breath expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or a similar feeling: Harry sank into a chair and sighed with relief “I'm in a bit of a mess,” Elaine sighed
    • n.
      a long, deep, audible exhalation expressing sadness, relief, tiredness, or a similar feeling: she let out a long sigh of despair when the aircraft touched down I breathed a sigh of relief

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