Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: with a sigh

seufzend [adv.]


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“Oh, certainly, certainly,” answered Mr. Baker an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh of relief.
The passengers drew back an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh of gladness, which seemed to mock my own disappointment.
Mrs. Harker smiled, positively smiled, as an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh of relief she leaned back and said:— “And now one word of warning, a warning which you must never forget: this time, if it ever come, may come quickly and unexpectedly, and in such case you must lose no time in using your opportunity.
So at last, an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh and a yawn, he gave it up.
It is such men as he who decide the fate of nations,” added Bolkónski an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh he could not suppress, as they passed out of the palace.
As soon as he said this both Prince Vasíli and Anna Pávlovna turned away from him and glanced sadly at one another an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh at his naïveté.
On waking she listened to what was going on behind the door and, hearing him groan, said to herself an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh that things were still the same.
My cue is villainous melancholy, an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh like Tom o' Bedlam.
The girl let the braid drop back an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh that seemed to come from her very toes and to exhale forth all the sorrows of the ages.
Matthew, an style="background-color: #15d6dc">withan> a sigh of satisfaction, put away his pipe and went to bed, while Marilla opened all the doors and aired the house.


Weitere Wörter

Deutsch Englisch
leise aufseufzen to breathe a sigh
stöhnen [fig.] (Wind) to sigh
einen Seufzer ausstossen [schweiz. Orthogr.] to heave a sigh
säuseln (Wind) to sigh
ächzen [fig.] (Wind) to sigh
stöhnen {v} [fig., lit.] (Wind) to sigh
Säuseln {n} (Wind) sigh
Seufzeratmung {f} [med.] sigh respiration
Stöhnen {n} [fig., lit.] (des Windes) sigh
Seufzen {n} sigh