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Translation of "wail" - English-Turkish dictionary

wail

verb [I, T]
 
 
/weɪl/
PERSON to cry loudly because you are very unhappy
hıçkıra hıçkıra/hüngür hüngür ağlamak; feryat etmek; yaygarayı basmak
"I've lost my mummy," she wailed.Sounds made by humans with their mouths
DANGER If a siren (= loud noise to warn of danger) wails, it makes a noise.
acı acı siren çalmak; feryat etmek
Somewhere in the distance a police siren was wailing.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
wail noun [C]
feryat etme
Translations of “wail”
in Arabic يَنْتَحِب…
in Korean 통곡하다…
in Malaysian meraung…
in French se lamenter…
in Italian gemere, piangere forte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 慟哭, 號啕大哭, 高聲抱怨…
in Russian вопить, рыдать, выть…
in Polish szlochać, wyć…
in Vietnamese khóc thét…
in Spanish llorar, gimotear, ulular…
in Portuguese chorar, gemer, lamentar…
in Thai ร้องไห้คร่ำครวญ…
in German jammern…
in Catalan gemegar…
in Japanese ~が泣き叫ぶ…
in Indonesian meratap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恸哭, 号啕大哭, 高声抱怨…
(Definition of wail from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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