English version

do something without a murmur

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo something without a murmurdo something without a murmurto do something without complaining, especially when this is surprising They signed the form without a murmur. murmur
Examples from the Corpus
do something without a murmurAnd although we might challenge their right to run our lives we often let them run our language without a murmur.Of the Tuscan towns, Amelia and Otricoli were the only ones to accept papal domination without a murmur.One slip, and it would sweep you away without a murmur or a cry.She left without a murmur although she had only a year and a half to go to complete her secondary education.She took the punishments meted out to her without a murmur.The door was ajar and opened without a murmur.
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