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Today’s Word: grieve

Today’s Word: grieve

September 1, 2018     =========

☆  grieve  ひどく悲しむ

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Well, I certainly didn’t imagine last year when we were creating the Eigo Techo for 2018, that I would actually be grieving my mum at this time! The word grieve is usually used to talk about feeling very sad about something – especially the death of someone or something, such as a pet. Also, when decluttering, and letting go of things, sometimes you need to grieve that loss. You might also grieve the loss of a job or opportunity, but in that case, it would be more usual to say you are feeling upset rather than say you are grieving. 

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