whingeing


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whingeing

[ˈwɪndʒɪŋ] (Brit)
A. ADJ [voice] → quejumbroso; [person] → protestón, quejica
B. Ngimoteo m, lloriqueo m
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It was telling that Mr Bacon sent whingeing Josh Willie out to speak for him at a press conference about pokies on Thursday, in a desperate bid to avoid scrutiny until the media had moved on to other issues.
It is time for bookmakers to honour bets at the prices they advertise, stop whingeing about having to pay out a few winners and think harder about the longterm effect they are having on racing.
A prison source said: "Whiting is always whingeing about something, whether it is the food, the temperature in his cell or, now, that his mattress is too thin.
It was all my whingeing OH dear me, I seem to have touched a nerve with my whingeing.
The fact I could hear him whingeing a little bit suggests he is probably getting a little bit fitter.
Linda Whitburn Robinson wrote: "Oh shut up whingeing and whining, concentrate on learning, nothing wrong with school uniform, there's enough time to parade about showing off with your Oh, shut up whingeing whining.
Yet weeks ago the industry was whingeing about the difficulty it has attracting and training recruits.
What has annoyed me this weekend is managers whingeing about referee's decisions.
The volunteers are starring in the successful Whingeing Women production about sex, pregnancy, shopping and cosmetic surgery which premired in Llanrwst this summer and is on tour now.
I always believe that whingeing is the first step towards losing.
Asked if he was accusing businesses of whingeing, he replied: "They are, yes, I suppose in a way whingeing about it.
Why are the council whingeing about a banner advertising fun, even if it isn't to everybody''s taste, rather than helping the homeless and jobless?