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

The meaning of "Sigh" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does sigh mean?
A: Sigh means a emitting a long audible breath(inhaling and then exhaling Longly)this can express tiredness or sadness.
Q: What does sighing internally mean?
A: It’s an expression for being disappointed with someone/some situation.
Q: What does sigh mean?
A: sigh is when you let out a deep breath, as a way of expressing feelings such as disappointment, tiredness, or pleasure.
Q: What does sigh pie mean?
A: I didn't even know it was a word until I googled it..

It's usually used in hashtags and in blogs, but I don't know what it's used for. sorry. I think it's something like, "le sigh," which is a dramatic way of sighing.
Q: What does sigh mean?
A: when you feel defeated

Example sentences using "Sigh"

Q: Please show me example sentences with sigh.
A: He sighed in disbelief.
Don't sigh in front of your boss.
She let out a sigh.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sighed.
A: Tom sighed loudly.
Mary sighed in relief.

Tom noticed that Mary had been sighing all day.
Stop sighing!

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Q: Please show me example sentences with " a sigh of relief ".
A: She gave a sigh of relief after realizing she passed her exam.

I held my breath. "I'm okay," he said after falling down. I gave a sigh of relief.
Q: Please show me example sentences with sigh.
A: "to sigh" is to make a sound with your breath. Usually it expresses sadness, tiredness, and sometimes relief.
Examples:
She let out a long sigh of dispair.
He sank into a chair and sighed with relief.

Synonyms of "Sigh" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sigh and gasp ?
A: Gasp: Shock.
Sigh: Depression or sadness.
Q: What is the difference between sighs and gasps ?
A: Sigh (recording 1): an exhale, usually after being stressed about something or finishing laughing
Gasp (2): a sharp inhalation, usually when you’re surprised by something
Q: What is the difference between She breathed a sigh of relief when she heard that her son passed the exam. and She breathed a sigh of relief to hear her son passed the exam. ?
A: @tatsuca:both have grammatical errors. "She breathed a sigh of relief when her son passed the exam." She may have heard, but you should go from "action" to "effect". Too many details in between would create an ineffective sentence.
Q: What is the difference between sigh up and register ?
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Q: What is the difference between There's possible that sigh over there may fall off. and There's a possibility that sigh over there may fall off. ?
A: What Despa_Zen said is right but I believe you mean "sign" and not "sigh".

Translations of "Sigh"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he gave a big sigh. "See you later" he panted. But Donald didn't hear him. He was back in the race.
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sighing
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? вздох за вдохом. Does "sigh by sigh" or "breath by breath" sounds good?
A: sigh after a sigh.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sigh

Other questions about "Sigh"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce He sighed..
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Q: I sigh...
I might receive something that I have not expected. does this sound natural?
A: “Sigh... I might receive something that I did not expect” is more natural
Q: I lie in you, too close to feel your sigh does this sound natural?
A:

oh.

he is lying down next to his partner.

So the sentence would be, "I lie next to you, so close I can feel your sigh"

saying in or on partner give the impression that they are stacked one on top of each other.

and "too close to feel your sigh" means that you are so close you can not feel the person next to them. but that does doesn't sound/feel right. that sounds like you're suffocating the person.

does that help? is that closer to what you want to say?
Q: sigh, sight, sign, sing, saint does this sound natural?
A: Only "sight" was a bit off. Listen closely. :)
Q: How do you express "sigh" in English? Hooo? Haaa?
A: It depends on the context of the sigh.

Annoyed/disgusted sigh: "ugh"

Relieved/happy sigh: "ahh.."

Ex:

"Ugh, I don't want to go to the park with her."

"Ahh. I feel much better after my shower!"

Meanings and usages of similar words and phrases

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