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  • EN [ saɪ]
  • US [ saɪ]

English definition


  • 1. an utterance made by exhaling audibly

  • 2. a sound like a person sighing;

    • "she heard the sigh of the wind in the trees"


  • 1. heave or utter a sigh; breathe deeply and heavily;

    • "She sighed sadly"
  • 2. utter with a sigh

Example sentences

  • But a kiss is not a kiss without your sigh.

  • Two people happen to coincide ground sigh at a heat.

  • He flumped down into his chair with a sigh.

  • You can sigh away half your youth if you choose to allow failed relationship to sadden you.

  • We all make a sigh of relief when we heard that he was safe.

  • He nuzzled up to his mother with a happy sigh.

  • He bit back a sigh of impatience.

  • The old man gave a deep sigh.

  • He slowly sat on the seat with a sigh.

  • He received the news with a despairing sigh.

  • The young cashier gave a patient sigh.

  • The country's politicians are already heaving a collective sigh of relief.

  • Mr Collier heaved a sigh and got to his feet.

  • Welland gave an exasperated sigh and turned back.

  • There was an audible sigh of relief in Washington when the foreign ministers decided to postpone the meeting.

  • I couldn't repress a sigh of admiration.

  • The grandparents sigh and say how things have changed for the worse.

  • With a sigh, she leant back and closed her eyes.

  • Meer let out his breath in a long sigh.

  • There was an audible sigh of relief.

  • "I'll go up in one second, I promise." — "Never mind," I said with a sigh. "I'll do it."

  • He let out a long sigh, mainly of relief, partly of sadness.

  • There was a big sigh of relief once the economic reform plan was agreed.

  • Giving a sigh, she fell to her knees at my feet.

  • Prue heaved a weary sigh.

  • He let loose a long, deep sigh.

  • Jessica settled into her chair with a small sigh of relief.

  • He squatted on the floor and gave vent to a deep sigh.

  • At last he gave a deep sigh.

  • She kicked off her shoes with a sigh.

Meaning of sigh

There is relatively little information about sigh, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!

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