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British English: /ʃaʊt/
American English: /ʃaʊt/

Translation of shout in French:


  • 1 (cry) to give a shout of warning/joy
    pousser un cri d'avertissement/de joie
    there were shouts of ‘bravo!’
    on cria ‘bravo!’
  • 2
    (British English) (round of drinks) (it's) my shout
    (c'est) ma tournée

transitive verb

  • 1 (cry out)
    ‘stop!’ she shouted
    ‘arrêtez!’ cria-t-elle
  • 2
    (British English) (buy) See examples: to shout a round (of drinks)
    payer une tournée

intransitive verb

  • to shout at somebody
    crier après quelqu'un
    to shout at ou to somebody to do
    crier à quelqu'un de faire
    to shout with excitement/anger
    crier d'excitation/de colère
    to shout for help
    crier pour demander de l'aide
    what are they shouting about?
    pourquoi crient-ils?


I'll give you a shout

je te ferai signe

it's nothing to shout about

ça n'a rien d'extraordinaire

Phrasal verbs

shout down

shout down [somebody], shout [somebody] down

shout out

1 shout out 2 shout out [something]
lancer [quelque chose] à haute voix
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