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squawk
British English: /skwɔːk/
American English: /skwɔk/

Translation of squawk in German:

intransitive verb

noun

  • 1 (bird cry) See examples:squawk[s] (of crow, cockerel, raven)
    Krähen, das
    (of hen)
    Kreischen, das
  • 2
    (complaint) [colloquial] [derogatory]
    utter squawks of complaint
    sich keifend beschweren
    squawk of anger/indignation
    wütendes/entrüstetes Gezeter

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