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Translation of "howl" - English-Spanish dictionary

howl

verb   /haʊl/
to make a long, high sound, usually because you are in pain or sad aullar He howled in pain.
howl noun   /haʊl/
(Definition of howl from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

howl

verb /haul/
to make a long, loud cry aullar (animal); dar alaridos (persona) The wolves howled He howled with pain We howled with laughter.
(of wind) to make a similar sound rugir, bramar; aullar The wind howled through the trees.
howler noun
a mistake so bad as to be funny pifia, despiste The essay was full of howlers.
(Definition of howl from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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