Definición de weep en inglés:
verbo (past and past participle wept /wɛpt/)[no object]
1Shed tears: a grieving mother wept over the body of her daughter [with object]: he wept bitter tears at her cruelty (as adjective weeping) the weeping figure of a woman
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- The weary mother wept as the bus began its long journey back to her small village.
- He began to weep, the tears falling faster and faster from his eyes, running down his face.
- She heard her mother begin to weep softly as her father comforted her.
2 (as adjective weeping) Used in names of tree and shrub varieties with drooping branches, e.g. weeping cherry.
- A weeping ash tree which stood in the square for 80 years was felled last year because of concerns over safety.
- As readers will know, the old weeping ash tree in King's Square has now been removed.
- The trees are all taller, except for the weeping cherry which my mother cut down for crimes against the view.
sustantivo[in singular] Volver al principio
A fit or period of weeping: sit down and have a weep
Old English wēpan (verb), of Germanic origin, probably imitative.
- Example sentences
- Meg Ryan and Rosie O'Donnell are talking, weepingly, about the scene in An Affair to Remember which always makes them cry.
- ‘It's too soon ’, the father weepingly admits.