From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhingewhinge /wɪndʒ/ verb (present participle whingeing or whinging) [intransitive]British EnglishCOMPLAIN to keep complaining in an annoying waywhinge aboutStop whingeing about the situation and accept it. —whinge noun [countable]His tale is one long whinge about his own suffering. —whinger noun [countable]→ See Verb table
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whinge• He's always whinging about being underpaid.• Are girls encouraged to whinge and cry instead of getting angry?• Shearer, a toughnut not inclined to whinge, said his ankle was like a pudding.• Nick was a pain in the neck. He did nothing but whinge the whole trip.• He thought he'd like to see her again as long as she didn't whinge too much about sexism.