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growlverb [I]

uk   us   /ɡraʊl/
to make a ​low, ​roughsound, usually in ​anger: The ​dog growled at her and ​snapped at her ​ankles. [+ speech] "Not now, I'm ​busy," he growled.
growl
noun [C] uk   us  
The ​dogeyed me ​suspiciously and gave a ​low growl.
(Definition of growl from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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growlverb [I]

 us   /ɡrɑʊl/
to make a ​low, ​roughsound, usually in ​anger: The ​dog growled at her. If ​yourstomach growls, it is making a ​low, ​continuousnoise because you are ​hungry.
growl
noun [C]  us   /ɡrɑʊl/
I ​heard a growl ​outsideourtent, and ​prayed that whatever was out there would go away.
(Definition of growl from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “growl”
en coreano 으르렁거리다…
en árabe يُزَمْجِر…
in Malaysian suara geram…
en francés grogner…
en ruso рычать…
en chino (tradicionál) (通常指因為憤怒)發出低沉的吼叫,咆哮…
en italiano ringhiare…
en turco hırlamak…
en polaco warczeć…
en español gruñir, refunfuñar…
in Vietnamese càu nhàu, lẩm bẩm…
en portugués rosnar…
in Thai คำราม…
en alemán knurren…
en catalán grunyir…
en japonés (低く)うなる…
en chino (simplificado) (通常指因为愤怒)发出低沉的吼叫,咆哮…
in Indonesian menggeram…
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