(动) 叹息, 叹气; 叹息着说
(動) 歎息, 歎氣; 歎息著說
“I really don’t want to look at it again,” Jessica sighed, which made him laugh.
“Are you 5 years old?” Jessica asked with a resigned sigh. She wiped a few strands of hair back from her damp face and reached for a dish towel to dry off with, only to have Caden spray water on that, too.
“I win,” Caden declared, shooting a victorious stream of water into the air. Jessica sighed in defeat and squeezed water out of her hair. Water always made her smooth hair turn frizzy. She was annoyed by this point and he hardly seemed to care. His mouth
He sighed and shook his head. “I thought I made it clear.” She didn’t feel like anything was clear, it was all murky and confusing. She thought he’d been insensitive toward her, not caring or wanting her approval.
She stares at me for a long time, requesting something with her gaze. To turn back and change my mind. I stare back and refuse her. She sighs.
His humor charmingly eased the embarrassing atmosphere at dinner time and made me breathe a sigh of relief.
Seeing this scene, I couldn’t help but sigh.
She gave out a sigh of relief.
We all breathed a big sigh of relief.
When she heard the news, she sighed disappointedly.
1. breath: gasp, groan, moan, lament, cry
2. moan: groan, lament, cry, breathe, gasp, sock