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whinge definitions

Merriam Webster's

intransitive verb (whinged; whinging or whingeing) Etymology: Middle English *whingen, from Old English hwinsian; akin to Old High German wins?n to moan Date: 12th century British to complain fretfully ; whine whinge noun, British

Oxford Reference Dictionary

v. & n. colloq. --v.intr. whine; grumble peevishly. --n. a whining complaint; a peevish grumbling. Derivatives: whinger n. whingingly adv. whingy adj. Etymology: OE hwinsian f. Gmc

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Whinge Whinge, v. i. To whine. [Scot.] --Burns.

Collin's Cobuild Dictionary

(whinges, whingeing, or whinging, whinged) If you say that someone is whingeing, you mean that they are complaining in an annoying way about something unimportant. (BRIT INFORMAL) All she ever does is whinge and complain... = moan, whine VERB: V [disapproval]



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