- 1[intransitive] to cry noisily, taking sudden sharp breaths I heard a child sobbing loudly. He started to sob uncontrollably.
- 2[transitive] to say something while you are crying + speech “I hate him,” she sobbed. sob something (out) He sobbed out his troubles. Idioms
NAmE//sɑb//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they sob
he / she / it sobs
past simple sobbed
-ing form sobbing
to cry noisily for a long time because you are very sad
sob your heart outjump to other results