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Translation of "exclaim" - English-Spanish dictionary

exclaim

verb   /ɪksˈkleɪm/
to say something suddenly and loudly because you are surprised, annoyed, excited, etc. exclamar ‘How terrible!’ she exclaimed.
(Definition of exclaim from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

exclaim

verb /ikˈskleim/
to call out, or say, suddenly and loudly exclamar, gritar ’Good !’ he exclaimed ’That’s amazing!” she exclaimed in astonishment.
exclamation /ekskləˈmeiʃən/ noun
an expression of surprise or other sudden feeling exclamación He shook his fist in an exclamation of anger.
exclamation mark noun
the mark (!) following and showing an exclamation. signo de admiración
(Definition of exclaim from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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