Definition of whinger in English:

whinger

noun

British
informal
  • See whinge

    • ‘Let all keep it up and hope that the carpers and whingers will see the light and come on board.’
    • ‘Fred said: ‘This is typical of the Worsley whingers who complain about everything.’’
    • ‘More evidence that our business leaders are simply whingers and moaners: New Zealand has maintained its third place ranking in the annual Economic Freedom of the World report.’
    • ‘If the moaners and whingers want their eyes opened they should visit Pontefract General Infirmery.’
    • ‘I am sick of all the whingers writing in and complaining about having to pay a few pounds to park (mainly out-of-town theatre goers who are not even council tax payers).’

Pronunciation

whinger

/ˈwɪn(d)ʒə/