grieve ( grieves 3rd person present) ( grieving present participle) ( grieved past tense & past participle )
1 verb If you grieveover something, especially someone's death, you feel very sad about it.
He's grieving over his dead wife and son... V prep
I didn't have any time to grieve... V
Margery's grieving family battled to come to terms with their loss. V-ing
2 verb If you are grievedby something, it makes you unhappy or upset.
He was deeply grieved by the sufferings of the common people... be V-ed by/at n
I was grieved to hear of the suicide of James... be V-ed to-inf
It grieved me to see the poor man in such distress. it V n to-inf, Also V n
Translation English Cobuild Collins Dictionary
1 ache, bemoan, bewail, complain, deplore, lament, mourn, regret, rue, sorrow, suffer, wail, weep
2 afflict, agonize, break the heart of, crush, distress, hurt, injure, make one's heart bleed, pain, sadden, wound
cheer, comfort, console, ease, gladden, please, rejoice, solace
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