Bleat

Bleat is British slang for to complain.
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bleat

[n] - the sound of sheep or goats (or any sound resembling this) 2. [v] - talk whiningly 3. [v] - cry plaintively
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Bleat

Bleat intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Bleated ; present participle & verbal noun Bleating .] [ Middle English bleten , Anglo-Saxon bl...tan ; akin to Dutch blaten , bleeten , Old High German
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Bleat

Bleat noun A plaintive cry of, or like that of, a sheep. « The bleat of fleecy sheep. Chapman's Homer. »
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bleat

noun the sound of sheep or goats (or any sound resembling this)
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bleat

blate verb cry plaintively; `The lambs were bleating`
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Bleat

• (v. i.) To make the noise of, or one like that of, a sheep; to cry like a sheep or calf. • (n.) A plaintive cry of, or like that of, a sheep.
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Bleat

Bleat is British slang for to complain.
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