Translation of scream in Spanish:
- 1.1 (loud cry)(louder)a scream of terrorscreams of laughterun grito or un alarido de terrorthe scream of the seagullscarcajadas (feminine plural)risotadas (feminine plural)el chillido de las gaviotasExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (something, somebody funny) [colloquial] (no plural) she's a real scream
- A low rumbling and high-pitched scream of an animal came from somewhere out in the fog.
- He grabbed it around the neck and the animal let out a scream of fear.
- Alain cupped his ears as the creature's high pitched scream shattered every window pane in the room.
it was a scream when she fell¡es graciosísima!¡es un caso!¡es un plato! (Southern Cone) [colloquial]estuvo divertidísimo or fue para morirse de risa cuando se cayófue un plato cuando se cayó (Southern Cone) [colloquial]Example sentences
- Then the world was reduced to a maddening thrum frequently pierced by the high-pitched scream of generators.
- They weren't really alarms; they were more like high-pitched whistles or screams.
- From the hallway, the high-pitched screams of the heart monitor could be clearly heard and it resonated in Lucas' ears.
- Some of the perfunctory descriptions they offer of the movies they sell on DVD are a scream.
- According to my sources, the movie, titled In The Closet, is a real scream.
- (baby)llorar a gritos(wind) [literary]let go of me or I'll screamto scream with pain/fearsuéltame o me pongo a gritar or a chillar [literary]they were screaming with laughtergritar de dolor/de miedoshe screamed with laughter to screamse estaban riendo a carcajadas
atsomebodyshe screamed at him to get out of the waygritarle aalguienthose yellow walls really scream at youle gritó para que se apartarathe headline screamed (out) at heresas paredes amarillas hacen daño a la vista or son terriblemente chillonasto screamel titular inmediatamente atrajo su atención forsomethinghe screamed for helpshe was screaming (out) for attentiongritó pidiendo ayudapedía atención a gritosclamaba por atenciónExample sentences
- The victim's older brother recalled seeing his brother in the garden seconds before he heard him screaming in pain.
- I went outside and phoned all our friends and family, and came back to the ward to hear your mother screaming with pain.
- I screamed when the pain began then bit my bottom lip refusing to scream again.
- The sirens screamed even louder as the ambulance had arrived.
- The loud sirens screamed through the quiet night lighting up everything in its path.
- There are firetrucks and ambulances everywhere, sirens screaming.
- (command)they screamed abuse at himdar a voces or a gritosshe screamed out his namelo insultaron a voz en cuelloto scream somethinggritó su nombre
atsomebodythe headlines screamed: general mobilizationgritarle algo aalguiento scream oneself hoarselos titulares anunciaban en grandes caracteres: movilización generalgritar hasta enronquecerExample sentences
- There are the odd occasions where they shout and scream abuse and are taken off to Westlea Police Station.
- He was driven to Harrogate police station screaming abuse throughout the journey.
- If most of your weekends are spent watching the footy and screaming instructions and abuse at the players on TV, then why not put your vast football knowledge to better use.
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