shout verb (USE LOUD VOICE) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "shout" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


[I] to speak with a very loud voice, often as loud as possible, usually when you want to make yourself heard in noisy situations, or when the person you are talking to is a long way away or cannot hear very well
There's no need to shout, I can hear perfectly well.
[+ speech] "I'll see you tomorrow, " shouted Eleni above the noise of the helicopter.
[+ that] He shouted from the bottom of the garden that he'd be finished in about half an hour.
Shouting and screaming
[I or T] to express strong emotions, such as anger, fear or excitement, or to express strong opinions, in a loud voice
Dad really shouted at me when I broke the window.
He shouted abuse at the judge after being sentenced to five years imprisonment.
The fans were screaming and shouting out the names of the band members.
[+ to infinitive] I shouted at him to put the gun down.
[+ speech] "Stop this childish nonsense at once!" he shouted furiously.
Shouting and screaming
[I] to try to attract attention in a loud voice
I heard them shouting for help, but there was nothing I could do.
figurative It's the charities that shout loudest (= attract the most public attention) that often get given the most money.
Shouting and screaming
Translations of “shout”
in Korean 고함 치다…
in Arabic يَصْرُخ…
in Portuguese gritar…
in Catalan cridar…
in Japanese 叫ぶ, 大声をあげる…
in Italian gridare…
in Russian кричать, выкрикивать…
in Turkish bağırmak, haykırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大声喊, 大声说, 喊叫…
in Polish krzyczeć…
(Definition of shout verb (USE LOUD VOICE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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