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shriek

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ʃriːk/
to make a sudden, loud, high noise because you are afraid, surprised, excited, etc
çığlık atmak, acı acı bağırmak, feryat etmek
to shriek with laughter "It's about to explode!" she shrieked.Shouting and screamingSounds made by humans with their mouths
shriek noun [C]
feryat
Translations of “shriek”
in Vietnamese cười ngặt nghẽo, la hét inh tai…
in Spanish chillar, gritar…
in Thai กรีดร้อง…
in Malaysian menjerit, memekik…
in French hurler, pousser un cri…
in German kreischen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 尖叫…
in Indonesian memekik, tertawa terbahak-bahak…
in Russian пронзительно кричать…
in Chinese (Simplified) 尖叫…
in Polish piszczeć, wrzeszczeć…
(Definition of shriek from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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