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shout US English

(Of a person) utter a loud call or cry, typically as an expression of a strong emotion

one's shout in shout US English

One’s turn to buy a round of drinks

shout-out US English

A message of congratulation, support, or appreciation

shout the odds in shout US English

Talk in a loud and opinionated way

shout the odds US English

Talk in a loud and opinionated way

shout at in shout US English

Speak loudly and angrily to; insult or scold loudly

give someone a shout in shout US English

Call on or get in touch with someone

in with a shout in shout US English

Having a good chance

in with a shout US English

Having a good chance

give someone a shout US English

Call for someone’s attention

shout someone down in shout US English

Prevent someone from speaking or being heard by shouting

shout something from the rooftops in shout US English

Talk about something openly and jubilantly, especially something that is personal or has previously been kept secret

outshout US English

Shout louder than

shout something from the rooftops US English

Talk about something openly and jubilantly, especially something that is personal or has previously been kept secret

shout US Thesaurus

“Help,” he shouted

shout English-Spanish

grito m

shout down English-Spanish

hacer* callar a gritos

shout out English-Spanish

gritar, dar* a gritos

to shout for sb English-Spanish

llamar a algn a gritos

to shout for sth English-Spanish

pedir* algo a gritos

to shout for help in shout English-Spanish

pedir* auxilio a gritos

to shout abuse at sb in abuse English-Spanish

insultar a algn, lanzar* improperios contra algn

to shout abuse at sb in shout English-Spanish

insultar a algn a gritos

to cry/shout for help in help English-Spanish

pedir* ayuda a gritos

don't all shout at once in once English-Spanish

no griten todos al mismo tiempo

to shout oneself hoarse in shout English-Spanish

gritar hasta quedarse ronco

to laugh/shout with glee in glee English-Spanish

reírse*/gritar de alegría

it's not polite to shout in polite English-Spanish

gritar es una falta de educación

there's no need to shout in shout English-Spanish

no hace falta que grites

a shout pulled her up sharply in pull English-Spanish

un grito la hizo pararse en seco

a shout pulled her up sharply in pull up English-Spanish

un grito la hizo pararse en seco

to give a shout of joy/pain in shout English-Spanish

dar* un grito de alegría/dolor

give me a shout when you're ready in shout English-Spanish

avísame cuando estés listo, pégame un grito cuando estés listo

to shout sth from the rooftops in rooftop English-Spanish

proclamar algo a los cuatro vientos

give me a shout when you're ready in when English-Spanish

pégame un grito cuando estés listo

you were wrong to shout at her like that in wrong English-Spanish

no debiste haberle gritado así, estuviste mal en gritarle así

she's not happy unless she has somebody to shout at in happy English-Spanish

si no tiene a quien gritarle, no está contenta


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