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to exclaim in admiration
to sigh (with feeling) / to lament
to exclaim in admiration / a gasp of surprise
  *叹* | 叹* | *叹
to sigh / to exclaim
exclamation mark ! (punct.)
to sigh / to gasp (in admiration)
to sigh / to heave a sigh
exclamation / exclamatory phrase
to sigh / to lament / to bewail
(to gasp) with admiration
to sigh with regret / lament
(idiom) to gasp in amazement / to acclaim as the peak of perfection
to bewail / to sigh mournfully / to lament
long moan and short gasp (idiom); continually moaning and groaning in pain
long sigh / deep sigh
exclamation mark ! (punct.)
lamentable / sad(ly)
to exclaim in astonishment
sighing voice, wailing breath (idiom) / to heave deep sighs / to sigh in despair
interjection (part of speech) / exclamation
to be full of praise (idiom)
lit. to gaze at the ocean and lament one's inadequacy (idiom) / fig. to feel powerless and incompetent (to perform a task)
to admire inwardly
sigh of regret
to astonish
to admire / to express admiration
to consider oneself as being not as good as the others
exclamation / expletive
interjection / exclamation
to look and sigh / to feel helpless / not knowing what to do
to dismiss with a sigh (idiom); a hopeless case
lit. when one grass burns the other grass sighs (idiom); fig. to have sympathy with a like-minded person in distress
to stare at the ceiling in despair / to find no way out / nothing you can do about it / at the end of one's wits

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