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Translation of jammern

GermanEnglish
jammern to wail; to whine; to moan; to lament; to whinge

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GermanEnglish
Sample sentences:
Seinem Jammern zuzuhören machte mir Kopfschmerzen.

Listening to his whining gave me a headache.
Meine Freundin jammerte weiter darüber bis ich ihr ein Kleid kaufte. My girlfriend kept moaning about it until I bought her a dress.
jammern; stöhnen moane
jammern, meckern whinging
jammern; heulen to wail


I counted the bills and saw that ten thousand Lire were still missing. The old man return to the children, grabbed the oldest one for a second time and hit him again. A minute later he came back with the missing.
I have been there once for vacation, but I was too little. It was twelve years ago, when I was still a child. I went there with mom and dad and all I cared about is beach and sand, no culture.
I had imagined my first dinner to be a little different, but I was already here and wanted to make the best out of it. So i ate there and return to my hostel at around ten o'clock at night.

German VerbsPresentPast  
Conjugation of jammern
[gejammert]
jammere  jammerst  jammert  jammern  jammert  jammern  jammerte  jammertest  jammerte  jammerten  jammertet  jammerten     
English Verbs    
Conjugation of lament   [ lamented, lamented ]
Conjugation of moan   [ moaned, moaned ]
Conjugation of wail   [ wailed, wailed ]
Conjugation of whine   [ whined, whined ]
Conjugation of whinge   [ whinged, whinged ]