Definition of 'bullhorn'
Example sentences containing 'bullhorn'
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There were lots of people milling around, and a few guys with placards, and a bullhorn. A MEANS TO EVIL (1994)A voice hails through a bullhorn: `Gascoign, I know you can hear me. A MEANS TO EVIL (1994)`Zelikov, get that bullhorn from the guard-hut," said Palmer, whose leg was being bandaged by the little Russian. KARA KUSH (1994)
It was only long seconds later that I realized someone was using a bullhorn. DOWNTOWN (1994)
Trends of 'bullhorn'
Used Rarely. bullhorn is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of bullhorn from the Collins English Dictionary
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