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Gripe definition, to complain naggingly or constantly; grumble. See more.

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My only gripe is that there are few 'general' papers and nothing on numerical modelling and thus the volume is heavily weighted towards case studies.

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Definition of gripe - complain about something in a persistent, irritating way, affect with gastric or intestinal pain, grasp tightly; clutch, secure (a.

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Gripe definition: If you say that someone is griping , you mean they are annoying you because they keep on... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

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Predominantly by the older generation who are less likely to use the more common vulgar terms in use by modern society. "Christ - I've got the gripe!!" "I can tell ...

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gripe definition: The definition of a gripe is a complaint, or a sharp intestinal pain. (noun) An example of gripe is a person's expression of their dissatisfaction with ...

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The word gripe, as both noun and verb, refers to a minor complaint. Why gripe about the size of the portions when the food is so awful?

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Define gripe. gripe synonyms, gripe pronunciation, gripe translation, English dictionary definition of gripe. v. griped , grip·ing , gripes v. intr. 1. Informal To ...