- 1.1 (shout) vociferar, desgañitarse to bawl
atsb gritarle aalgnMore example sentences1.2 (weep) berrear
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- But when he went into school and took the letter I had written, he was bawled at by one teacher while trying to explain.
- She was screaming and bawling out uncontrollably.
- He stepped up his voice each time until he was bawling out his message.
- Some people weep and bawl, some just put on a brave face and try to go on instead of showing their emotions outwardly.
- When no answer was forthcoming, the plump girl began to bawl noisily.
- Scarlet wasn't bawling like a baby this time, but the tears were still on her face as she rested her head on Major's shoulder.
- [insults] gritar; [order] dar* a gritos
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