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Translation of "bark" - English-Turkish dictionary

bark

verb     /bɑːk/
DOG [I]
B2 If a dog barks, it makes loud, short sounds. havlamak Animal (non-human) sounds
SHOUT [I, T]
to say something loudly and quickly bir şeyi havlar gibi hızlı ve yüksek sesle söylemek I'm sorry, I had no right to bark at you like that.Talking angrily
Translations of “bark”
in Arabic يَنْبَح…
in Korean 개가 짖다…
in Malaysian memekik…
in French dire d’un ton brutal…
in Italian abbaiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 狗吠, 咆哮,怒吼…
in Russian лаять, рявкать…
in Polish szczekać, warczeć…
in Vietnamese quát tháo…
in Spanish ladrar, berrear, vociferar…
in Portuguese ladrar, latir…
in Thai ตะคอก…
in German schnauzen…
in Catalan lladrar…
in Japanese (犬などが)ほえる, (人間が)どなる…
in Indonesian membentak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 狗叫, 咆哮,怒吼…
(Definition of bark verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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