简明英汉词典

moan
[mEun]
n.
呻吟, 哀悼, 呼啸
vi.
发出呻吟声, 抱怨, 哀悼
vt.
呻吟

美国传统词典[双解]

moan
moan
AHD:[m?n]
D.J.[moun]
K.K.[mon]
n.(名词)

(1)

A low, sustained, mournful cry, usually indicative of sorrow or pain.
呜咽:一种很低,痛苦的,悲伤的哭,通常表现悲伤或痛苦

(2)

A similar sound:
呜咽声:一种相似的声响:
the eerie moan of the night wind.
夜风的可怕哀鸣

(3)

Lamentation.
悲痛
v.(动词)
moanedmoan.ingmoans
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To utter a moan or moans.
发出呜咽声

(2)

To make a sound resembling a moan:
发出悲泣:
A saxophone moaned in the background.
一个萨克斯管在幕后悲鸣

(3)

To complain, lament, or grieve:
报怨,哀悼,或使痛心:
an old man who still moans about his misspent youth.
一个仍为浪费青春而痛心疾首的老人
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To bewail or bemoan:
叹惜或怜惜:
She moaned her misfortunes to anyone who would listen.
她向任何乐于听的人哀叹命运不济

(2)

To utter with moans or a moan.
诉说:呻吟或哀叹地说

语源

(1)

Middle English mone
中古英语 mone

(2)

from Old English *m3n * see mei-no-
源自 古英语 *m3n *参见 mei-no-

现代英汉词典

moan
[mEJn]
n.

(1)

呻吟声
A moan escaped the badly wounded soldier.
那个重伤员不禁呻吟了一声。

(2)

似呻吟声;萧萧声
the moan of the wind
风萧萧

(3)

抱怨
He always has some moan or another.
他总是抱怨这抱怨那。

词性变化

moan
vi.

(1)

发呻吟声
"The sick child moaned a little, and then fell asleep."
"这个生病的孩子稍许呻吟了几声,后来就睡着了。"

(2)

以呻吟声说出
The prisoner moaned out a prayer for mercy.
囚犯喃喃祷告,祈求宽恕。

(3)

抱怨
Stop moaning; you really have nothing to complain about.
"不要再抱怨了,实际上你是没有什么事可抱怨的。"

现代英汉综合大辞典

moan
[mEun]
vi.,vt.
呻 吟, 哼; 悲叹[泣], 抱怨, 悲痛; 发出呻吟声, 呼啸
moan one's fate
悲叹自已的命运

词性变化

moan
[mEun]
n.
呻吟声, 呼啸声; 悲叹声, 呜咽声, [诗]悲叹
the moan of the west wind
西风的呼啸声

继承用法

moaning
adj.

moaningly
adv.

习惯用语

have a moan
发牢骚, 诉苦

make (one's)moan
[口]哀叹; 抱怨, 诉苦

moan and groan
呻吟不止

英文相关词典

moan
agonize    bawl    complain    cry    groan    howl    suffer    wail    

美国传统词典

moan
moan
AHD:[m?n]
D.J.[moun]
K.K.[mon]
n.

(1)

A low, sustained, mournful cry, usually indicative of sorrow or pain.

(2)

A similar sound:
the eerie moan of the night wind.

(3)

Lamentation.
v.
moaned, moan.ing, moans
v.intr.

(1)

To utter a moan or moans.

(2)

To make a sound resembling a moan:
A saxophone moaned in the background.

(3)

To complain, lament, or grieve:
an old man who still moans about his misspent youth.
v.tr.

(1)

To bewail or bemoan:
She moaned her misfortunes to anyone who would listen.

(2)

To utter with moans or a moan.

语源

(1)

Middle English mone

(2)

from Old English *m3n * see mei-no-

英汉化学大词典

moan
n.呻吟;vt.呼啸

英汉计算机大词典

moan
n.呻吟;vt.呼啸

英汉中医大词典

moan
n.呻吟

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