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growl

verb [I] uk   us   /ɡraʊl/
to make a low, rough sound, usually in anger: The dog growled at her and snapped at her ankles. [+ speech] "Not now, I'm busy," he growled.
growl
noun [C] uk   us  
The dog eyed me suspiciously and gave a low growl.
Translations of “growl”
in Arabic يُزَمْجِر…
in Korean 으르렁거리다…
in Malaysian suara geram…
in French grogner…
in Turkish hırlamak…
in Italian ringhiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常指因為憤怒)發出低沉的吼叫,咆哮…
in Russian рычать…
in Polish warczeć…
in Vietnamese càu nhàu, lẩm bẩm…
in Spanish gruñir, refunfuñar…
in Portuguese rosnar…
in Thai คำราม…
in German knurren…
in Catalan grunyir…
in Japanese (低く)うなる…
in Indonesian menggeram…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常指因为愤怒)发出低沉的吼叫,咆哮…
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