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scream in English:

1. shout shout


shout at
That man was standing a little ways away, but he turned when he heard Tom shout.
He ordered the boys not to shout in the classroom.
Don't shout at the crying child. It only adds fuel to the fire.
I used to shout but you couldn't hear me sometimes.
The woman tried to shout out "Help!" but the word stuck in her throat.
As they walk up and down the rows they shout, "Get your hot dogs here! Get your hot dogs!"
If you shout from the top of a cliff, you can hear the echo of your voice.
There's no need to shout, I can here you....... I wish you'd stop shouting at the children........ "He's down here!" she shouted to Allison........ Don't shout in a class.
They were interrupted by the shout from pavement artist
I would shout ‘down’ at it several times.
We heard a loud shout of happiness when the graduation ceremony ended.
It's always so quiet, there are no noisy children screaming and shouting.
If I was left alone on the elevator at four in the morning, I'd shout to attract the neighbors' attention.