Japonca'da languish

Telaffuz
(名) 不活発になること; 物思わしげな様子
(動) 不活発になる; センチメンタルな表情をする; 思いこがれる

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Facino Cane died during the winter, after having languished for two months.
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He had supposed her like all the others who were languishing in his arms, following the rhythmic complications of the dance, but he soon found that she was very different.
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Conversation languished.
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Before and after the Second World War, many European peoples languished under totalitarian rule.
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He now languishes in a Greek prison awaiting trial.
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Human rights and international law are flagrantly flouted; the country languishes in poverty.
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I call on Iran to spare the lives of all minors still languishing on death row.
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It is a little sad to see them excluded, because they have been left to languish in poverty for a far longer period.
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Since unemployment continues to languish at a high level, this Pact does not merit its name.
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Ten years ago, eight of these States were languishing under the tyranny of Communist dictatorships.
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Eş anlamlılar

1. long for: want, need, desire, pine, hunger
2. fail: weaken, decline, deteriorate, fade, droop, flag, dwindle



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