Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Grumble"

The meaning of "Grumble" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does grumbling mean?
A: People grumble when they are mad about something and quietly expressing it with their voices. It often sounds like a deep rumble sound, like a truck driving on the street.

You can also describe things as grumbling sometimes, like the sound of thunder.

“The child grumbled the whole way up the stairs after his father told him to go to his room.”
Q: What does grumble mean?
A: an expression of discontent.
Q: What does grumbling mean?
A: Complaints.
Q: What does grumbled mean?
A: Como hablando con una voz irritado y bajo. Lo siento por mi español.

Example sentences using "Grumble"

Q: Please show me example sentences with grumble.
A: Thanks.😁
Q: Please show me example sentences with grumble.
A: thank you!!
Q: Please show me example sentences with grumble.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with grumble.
A: Boss throws a stack of papers on my desk.

"Parker! I need this on this report summarized and back on my desk in an hour."

"Sir, this will take an hour just to read..."

"Well you better get started."

"Yes, Mr. Jameson..." Peter lowered his head and grumbled silently.

Synonyms of "Grumble" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between grumble and complain ?
A:

Grumble — is more of an onomatopoeiac word (like saying "ugh!" when you're told by your mother to do chores. When you mumble your grievances, it can also be said to be a grumble.

Complain — voicing out your grievances more directly and clearly
Q: What is the difference between grumble and mutter ?
A: A grumble is usually more aggressive than a mutter
Q: What is the difference between grumble and mumble ?
A: They almost mean the same thing, however grumble is a mumble with an angry intent
Q: What is the difference between grumble and complain ?
A: She GRUMBLED quietly to her friends.
They voiced their COMPLAINTS clearly

Complain is more agressive/formal than grumble
Q: What is the difference between grumble and gripe and grouse and whinge ?
A: Yep, children whinge like whine, but longer.
For example. The children whinged all the way to London. It was so annoying. (Maybe like grouse for Americans)

Translations of "Grumble"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grumbled
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Other questions about "Grumble"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce grumble.
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Q: I will tuck up my grumbles. does this sound natural?
A: Ah I see. Grumbles is not a very common word and "saying grumbles" is not a phrase used in English. More common it is used to say "stop complaining(grumbling)" when someone only has negative things to say or has a bad attitude. Or to describe hunger. "My stomach is growling(grumbling) because I'm hungry".
An equivalent sentence to what I think you are trying to say is to say:
"I will bury my emotions deep"
Or
"I will suck up my complaints"

"Suck it up" is an idiom for being strong or non emotional.
"I got a bad grade on my test. I think it's because of the teacher." "Suck it up man, we all have the same teacher just study harder"
Q: I will tuck up my grumbles.
I won't rely on comfort either. does this sound natural?
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