whinge

 
[wɪndʒ]     [wɪndʒ]    
  • vi. <英>哀鸣; 气愤地抱怨

whinge的用法和样例:

例句

  1. "Those who suffered grave loss made no complaint and whinge.
    从头到尾,没有听到一丝叫苦与怨言;
  2. I don't whinge like some hired mute from Lalouette's.
    我不肯像拉鲁哀特殡仪馆花钱雇来的送葬人那样号丧。
  3. Now when people ask me "Are you published?" I don’t get huffy and whinge about "the state of the publishing industry.
    其实还有其他几个办法来完成它,但是当时还写着一本关于千禧年危机的书,我没有时间去了解。
  4. When one of your players is unhappy about one of your transfer dealings then you can expect him to have a whinge.
    一旦你的一名球员对你要卖某人不开心,你就可以预料到他要发牢骚了。
  5. People who “whinge” about crime are told that they should leave the country; those who do leave are called traitors.
    对犯罪“抱怨不止”的人被告知,他们最好离开这个国家;那些真的离开的人又被称作叛徒。
  6. Wow, look at them! It's only five minutes into the game and they are already puscy whing and shoving.
    是啊,他们已经开始推推攘攘,真的打起来了。人们都说冰球比赛有时会很粗暴,但是才开始五分钟就打架,这可是不多见。

经典引文

  • The door whinged and Heath came in.

    出自: B. Pearson
  • Gamblers shouldn't whinge when they lose.

    出自: A. Taylor
  • To stop whingeing about low morale.

    出自:Times Educational Supplement

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