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9 August

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Is it ok to say the difference between “the cried boy” and “ the crying boy” like this?

“the cried boy” implys someone or something made the boy cry by some reasons.

“ the crying boy” doesn’t imply any reasons and just tells that the boy is crying.

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Is it ok to say the difference between “the cried boy” and “ the crying boy” like this?

“the cried boy” implys  someone or something made the boy cry by some reasons.

“ the crying boy” doesn’t imply any reasons and just tells that  the boy is crying.
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