1. (to weep)
a. to sob
El doctor trató de explicarle a Mariana que la condición de su hijo no era grave, pero esta no paraba de sollozar.The doctor tried explaining to Mariana that her son's condition was not serious, but she couldn't stop sobbing.
Cuando Claudia le dijo a Fede que iba a mudarse a Paris, empezó a sollozar.When Claudia told him she was moving to Paris, Fede began to sob.
Verb Conjugations for sollozar
Present Participle: sollozando
Past Participle: sollozado
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