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howl

verb [I]
 
 
/haʊl/
ANIMAL If a dog or wolf (= wild animal like a dog) howls, it makes a long, sad sound.
wyć
Animal (non-human) sounds
MAKE SOUND to make a loud sound, usually to express pain, sadness, or another strong emotion
wyć, ryczeć
He howled in pain. The audience was howling with laughter.Shouting and screamingSounds made by humans with their mouths
WIND If the wind howls, it blows hard and makes a lot of noise.
wyć
Wind and windsStormy weather
howl noun [C]
wycie, ryk
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