- vt.& vi.呼喊，叫喊; 高声说或发出喊叫声;
- n.大叫; 大叫着说; 呐喊;
- 复数: shouts;
- 第三人称单数: shouts;
- 过去式: shouted;
- 过去分词: shouted;
- 现在分词: shouting;
He didn't shout, he just glared at me silently.
Yours truly was awoken by a shout: "Ahoy there!"
The driver managed to escape from the vehicle and shout a warning.
The cabby gave vent to an angry shout.
A small group of youths stayed behind to heckle and shout abuse.
Pa, I wish you wouldn't shout.
They heard the protesters shout:"No more fascism!"
Tosh was known to be a man who would cuss and shout.
It's wrong to swear and shout.
They yell, shout and argue. For six hours a night they go at it, hammer and tongs.
I wanted to shout it out, let her know what I had overheard.
There were scuffles when UDF hecklers began to shout down the speakers.
We had to hammer and shout before they would open up.
He almost had to shout to make himself heard above the music.
Each evening she bursts into her apartment with a ritualistic shout of "Honey I'm home!"
They began to curse and shout in a babble of languages.
I heard a distant shout.
They heard him give a loud shout of astonishment.
What will you have? It's my shout today.
你要喝 什么 ?今天我请客.
We heard a shout afar.
A ragged shout went up from the small crowd.
There is no need to shout angry words at me.
When I call your name, shout out so that we know you're here.
A sudden shout drew the policeman's attention off, and the prisoner escaped.
Don't shout at me.
A shout went up from the crowd at the game.
The crowd set up a shout as the winner neared the post.
You may think it's all right for you to shout, but you've woken everybody up.
Give him a shout before you go.
I leaned in to hear her: I can't hear you when you shout at me.
I have visited some of the newer supposedly effective schools, where children shout slogans in order to learn self-control or must stand behind their desk when they can't sit still.
So I stopped shouting and bluffing, and slowly my writing improved.
Shouting or acting rude will get you nowhere.
She isn't going to be shouted down by over-confident young gentlemen.
He was carrying something over his shoulder and shouting.
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I heard a passenger behind me shouting to the driver, but he refused to stop until we reached the next stop.
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I was walking across altrincham road one morning when a cyclist went round me and on being asked what he was doing he shouted at me.
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You must shout, "Hot news! Bomb bursting!" Another newsboy Chad told Jason.
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1. a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition;
"the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience"
1. utter in a loud voice; talk in a loud voice (usually denoting characteristic manner of speaking);
"My grandmother is hard of hearing--you'll have to shout"
2. utter a sudden loud cry;
"she cried with pain when the doctor inserted the needle"
"I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me"
3. utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy;
"`I won!' he exclaimed"
"`Help!' she cried"
"`I'm here,' the mother shouted when she saw her child looking lost"
4. use foul or abusive language towards;
"The actress abused the policeman who gave her a parking ticket"
"The angry mother shouted at the teacher"
all over bar the shouting
(informal)(of a contest) almost finished and therefore virtually decided
give someone a shout
(informal)call for someone's attention
in with a shout
(informal)having a good chance
they were definitely in with a shout of bringing off a victory.
shout something from the rooftops
talk about something openly and jubilantly, especially something that is personal or has previously been kept secret
shout the odds
talk loudly and opinionatedly
To overwhelm or silence by shouting loudly.
cry, shout, exclaim, roar, scream, shriek, yell, call