lamento


lamento
m.
1 moan, cry of pain.
2 lament, moan, mourning, cry.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: lamentar.
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lamento
nombre masculino
1 moan, cry
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SM lament, lamentation frm, moan, wail
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masculino
a) (quejido - por un dolor físico) groan; (- por tristeza) wail
b) (elegía) lament
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= hand-wringing, lament, regret, plaint, grieving, mourning, wail.
Ex. The book is simply an occasion for ritual hand-wringing about Northern Ireland's troubled past and present troubles = El libro es simplemente una ocasión para lamentarse sobre los problemas pasados y presentes de Irlanda del Norte.
Ex. His article was entitled 'AACR2: the first anniversary, celebration or lament'.
Ex. Spalding's regret is quite understandable, for few of those seeking to identify particular editions in the catalog will fail to be confused by the results of this decision.
Ex. A common plaint among some critics is that resemblance is a necessary condition of pictorial representation.
Ex. The article 'Words of comfort: resources for the living and dying' reviews books on death and grieving for purposes of collection development in the area.
Ex. During our lives we face situations of losses and mournings, connected or not to death.
Ex. He then produced a sound like the deep wail of a bereaved mother which electrified the audience.
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* lamentos = wailing.
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masculino
a) (quejido - por un dolor físico) groan; (- por tristeza) wail
b) (elegía) lament
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= hand-wringing, lament, regret, plaint, grieving, mourning, wail.

Ex: The book is simply an occasion for ritual hand-wringing about Northern Ireland's troubled past and present troubles = El libro es simplemente una ocasión para lamentarse sobre los problemas pasados y presentes de Irlanda del Norte.

Ex: His article was entitled 'AACR2: the first anniversary, celebration or lament'.
Ex: Spalding's regret is quite understandable, for few of those seeking to identify particular editions in the catalog will fail to be confused by the results of this decision.
Ex: A common plaint among some critics is that resemblance is a necessary condition of pictorial representation.
Ex: The article 'Words of comfort: resources for the living and dying' reviews books on death and grieving for purposes of collection development in the area.
Ex: During our lives we face situations of losses and mournings, connected or not to death.
Ex: He then produced a sound like the deep wail of a bereaved mother which electrified the audience.
* lamentos = wailing.

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lamento
masculine
1 (quejido — por un dolor físico) groan; (— por tristeza) wail
2 (palabras, expresiones) lament
el poema es un lamento a la fugacidad del amor the poem is a lament on the fleeting nature of love
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Del verbo lamentar: (conjugate lamentar)

lamento es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

lamentó es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
lamentar    
lamento
lamentar (conjugate lamentar) verbo transitivo
to regret;
lamento molestarlo I'm sorry to disturb you;

lamentamos tener que comunicarle que … (frml) we regret to have to inform you that …;
lo lamento mucho I am very sorry
lamentarse verbo pronominal
to complain, to grumble (colloq)
lamento sustantivo masculino
a) (quejido — por un dolor físico) groan;

(— por tristeza) wail
b) (elegía) lament

lamentar verbo transitivo to regret: lamento su muerte, I'm sorry about her death ➣ Ver nota en regret
lamento sustantivo masculino moan, wail
'lamento' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
lamentar
- verdad
- ocurrir
English:
afraid
- beg
- begrudge
- lament
- misfortune
- regret
- sorry
- wail
- yell
- wish
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lamento nm
[por dolor] moan, cry (of pain); [por pena, disgusto] groan, wail
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lamento
m whimper; por dolor groan
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lamento nm
: lament, groan, cry

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Lamento — Als Lamento (Ital. Klage, Klagelied) wird in der Musik ein Trauergesang bezeichnet. Den frühesten Beleg für eine Lamentokomposition zeigt der »Lamento di Tristano« aus dem 13. Jahrhundert. Der Begriff »Lamento« als… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lamento — Un lamento est un morceau de musique à caractère plaintif. Exemples célèbres : le Lamento d Ariana de Claudio Monteverdi ; le Lamento de la Vierge d un oratorio per la Settimana Santa (oratorio pour la Semaine Sainte) de Luigi Rossi. De …   Wikipédia en Français


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