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Translation of "shout" - English-Spanish dictionary

shout

verb   /ʃaʊt/
A2 to say something very loudly gritar ‘Look out!’ she shouted. I was angry and I shouted at him.
noun   /ʃaʊt/
B1 a loud cry of anger, excitement, or fear grito He was woken by a loud shout.
(Definition of shout from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

shout

noun /ʃaut/
a loud cry or call grito He heard a shout.
a loud burst (of laughter, cheering etc) grito A shout went up from the crowd when he scored a goal.
(Definition of shout from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “shout”
in Korean 고함…
in Arabic صُراخ…
in Malaysian jeritan, sorakan…
in French cri, acclamation…
in Russian крик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大聲, 喊叫, 喊聲…
in Italian grido…
in Turkish bağırma, haykırma…
in Polish krzyk…
in Vietnamese sự la hét, sự hò hét, tiếng gọi…
in Portuguese grito…
in Thai การตะโกน, เสียงตะโกน…
in German der Schrei, das Geschrei…
in Catalan crit…
in Japanese 叫び声, 大声…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大声, 喊叫, 喊声…
in Indonesian teriakan, pekikan, sorak sorai…
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