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screamverb

uk /skriːm/ us /skriːm/

scream verb (MAKE NOISE)

B1 [ I or T ] to cry or say something loudly and usually on a high note, especially because of strong emotions such as fear, excitement, or anger:

A spider landed on her pillow and she screamed.
Through the smoke, the rescuers could hear people screaming for help.
He was screaming in/with pain and begging for anaesthetic.
They screamed with laughter at her jokes.
Ken screamed (out) a warning telling people to get out of the way.
Mrs Brown screamed (= shouted angrily) at Joel for dropping the test-tube.
I've never found screaming (and shouting) (= shouting angrily) at my staff to be very effective.
[ + speech ] "I wish you were dead!" she screamed (= shouted angrily).
I tried to apologize, but he just screamed abuse/obscenities at me.

[ I + adv/prep ] If a vehicle screams, it moves very quickly making a loud high sound:

The cars screamed round / the bend/past the spectators.

[ I ] to make a loud, high sound:

The ambulance raced round the corner with its tyres screaming.

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screamnoun [ C ]

uk /skriːm/ us /skriːm/

(Definición de scream del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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screamverb [ I/T ]

us /skrim/

to cry or say something loudly and usually on a high note, esp. because of strong emotions such as fear, excitement, or anger:

[ I ] The children screamed in delight as they sledded down the hill.
[ I ] Some people still trapped in the wreckage screamed for help.

screamnoun [ C ]

us /skrim/

a loud high sound you make when you are frightened, excited, or angry:

screams of joy/laughter/pain

slang A scream is someone or something that is very entertaining:

Josie’s a real scream – she’s never serious.

(Definición de scream del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)