- vi.打呵欠; 张开，裂开; <文学>张开大口
- n.呵欠; 无聊的人或事; 裂口
- 复数: yawns;
- 第三人称单数: yawns;
- 过去式: yawned;
- 过去分词: yawned;
- 现在分词: yawning;
Harry stifled a yawn behind his hand.
All this media attention can tire a fellow out. Knut gives a big yawn.
Her yawn suggests that she is sleepy.
It also believed that watching some one else yawn will cause you to yawn too.
It was an uninteresting conversation and I had to stifle a yawn.
Poppy : Yawn! The boarding school treat again!
The yawn takes in air.
It is also believed that watching someone else yawn will cause you to yawn too.
He yawn me good night.
She suppressed a yawn.
The meeting was one big yawn from start to finish.
Do you ever wonder why you yawn?
你曾经想过你为什么打哈欠 吗 ?
But he says he still does not know why people yawn.
Then with a yawn, she headed upstairs to the bedroom.
Can you hear my yawn?
听得见我打呵欠的声音 么 ?
——汉英文学 - 围城
Whenever I see someone yawn, I always start yawning myself.
A yawn is a silent shout.
So at last, with a sigh and a yawn, he gave it up.
——英汉文学 - 汤姆历险
He got up with a stretch and a yawn.
We see another yawn, and our impulse is to follow suit.
I just managed to smother a yawn.
He gave an ostentatious yawn.
Her yawn was a Pavlovian response to my yawn.
She managed to stifle a yawn.
She makes no attempt to stifle a yawn.
The debate was a mockery. A big yawn.
Rosanna stifled a huge yawn.
She stretched her arms out and gave a great yawn.
The alarm did go off but all I did was yawn, turn over and go back to sleep.
The concert was a predictable yawn.
1. an involuntary intake of breath through a wide open mouth; usually triggered by fatigue or boredom;
"he could not suppress a yawn"
"the yawning in the audience told him it was time to stop"
"he apologized for his ostinancy"
1. utter a yawn, as from lack of oxygen or when one is tired;
"The child yawned during the long performance"
2. be wide open;
"the deep gaping canyon"