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shout

verb [I/T]  /ʃɑʊt/ us  
to say something in a loud voice: [I] If anyone’s up there," he shouted sternly, "come out now!"

shout

noun [C]  /ʃɑʊt/ us  
a loud call: When nominated for the presidency the entire audience came to its feet with a shout.
Translations of “shout”
in Korean 고함 치다…
in Arabic يَصْرُخ…
in French cri, acclamation…
in Turkish bağırmak, haykırmak…
in Italian gridare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大聲喊, 大聲說, 喊叫…
in Russian кричать, выкрикивать…
in Polish krzyczeć…
in Spanish grito…
in Portuguese gritar…
in German der Schrei, das Geschrei…
in Catalan cridar…
in Japanese 叫ぶ, 大声をあげる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大声喊, 大声说, 喊叫…
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