Definition of 'yell'
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Friends on the chair behind heard screams and yells and saw the man suspended over the mountain. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The yells turn to cheers as we bounce safely at the bottom. The Sun (2016)All the yelling and pain snapped me back to reality. Christianity Today (2000)He was shouting and yelling at my family. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We yelled abuse at each other and it spilled out into the street. The Sun (2013)Then he yelled back and told me to shut up. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They yelled abuse at each other then began fighting. The Sun (2008)She yelled back at him and was in a real huff. The Sun (2008)They were screaming and yelling in all languages to jump out of the cars. Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715 (1995)The workers on the site are always yelling and shouting when people are trying to enjoy a walk along the river. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He was yelling loudly at times. The Sun (2008)As soon as you touch him, yell out in pain. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I grabbed my assailant, yelled very loudly and he dropped my phone. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She had learned that "he who yells loudest to the right people generally is heard' and she practically demanded a decent summer holiday. Spitfire Women of World War II (2007)EVERY race fan dreams of yelling: 'I gotta horse! The Sun (2010)She added: 'I looked out of my window and saw a woman run out of the house yelling and crying and calling for an ambulance. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'yell'
British English: yell /jɛl/ VERB
If you yell, you shout loudly, usually because you are excited, angry, or in pain.
`Help!' he yelled.
I'm sorry I yelled at you last night.
- American English: yell
- Arabic: يَصْرُخُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: gritar
- Chinese: 大叫
- Croatian: vikati
- Czech: křičet
- Danish: råbe
- Dutch: schreeuwen
- European Spanish: gritar
- Finnish: huutaa
- French: hurler crier
- German: schreien
- Greek: κραυγάζω
- Italian: urlare
- Japanese: 叫ぶ
- Korean: 소리치다
- Norwegian: skrike
- Polish: wrzasnąć
- European Portuguese: gritar
- Romanian: a țipa
- Russian: вопить
- Spanish: gritar
- Swedish: skrika
- Thai: ตะโกน ร้อง
- Turkish: bağırmak
- Ukrainian: кричати
- Vietnamese: la hét
British English: yell NOUN
A yell is a loud shout given by someone who is afraid or in pain.
Something brushed past his face, and he let out a yell.
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