Learn English Irregular Verbs - Weep

weep /wiːp/

  • 1 to cry, usually because you are sad:

    My brothers and sisters were weeping and waving as the train pulled away from the depot.
    I stood in my hotel room with the remote still in my hand, and wept like a baby.
    She wept bitterly over his failure and sin.
    He wept for all that would no longer happen.

  • 2 if a wound weeps, liquid comes out of it:

    The sore is still weeping a lot so you'll have to change the dressing once a day.

Past simple

  • wept  /wept/

  • weeped

Past participle

  • wept  /wept/

  • weeped

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