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British pronunciation/sˈa‍ɪ/
American pronunciation/ˈsaɪ/
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to release a long deep audible breath, to express one's sadness, tiredness, etc.

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to express or convey emotions, such as relief, sadness, or contentment, by releasing a deep audible breath

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an utterance made by exhaling audibly

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a sound like a person sighing

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As he watched the sunset, he sighed, feeling a sense of peace and satisfaction.
Faced with an unavoidable delay, she sighed and accepted the situation.
After a long day of work, she collapsed on the couch and sighed deeply.
Upon hearing the news, he couldn't help but sigh in disappointment.
The environmentalist sighed sadly as they witnessed the deforestation of a once-green landscape.
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