Spanish English Dictionary

español - English


in English:

1. yell

There is no need to yell, I can hear you well.
Why was mum yelling at you?
he yelled at children to stop messing arround.
when someone yelled his name and he turned. “Harry! HARRY!”
‘I’ll do it!’ he yelled.

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2. bawl

A woman walked in, bawling loudly that her boyfriend had hit her on the head with an ax.

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3. shout

You don’t need to shout when they’re on a mobile phone – the other person can hear you perfectly well!
shout at

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4. scream

We heard a terrible scream.
You scream like a baby.
krzyk, wrzask
she screamed at the sight of spider.
they could hear him screaming in pain

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