to make a long deep sound because you are in pain, upset, or disappointed, or because something is very enjoyable [= moan]:
The kids all groaned when I switched off the TV.
As she kissed him, Gary groaned with pleasure.
Richard's jokes make you groan rather than laugh.
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to complain about something [= moan]:
I'm tired of him moaning and groaning all the time.
'It's too hot!' he groaned.
to make a low deep sound [= moan]:
The old tree groaned in the wind.
if a table groans with food there is a very large amount of food on it