English translation of 'चिल्लाना'
1. cry transitive verb, phrasal verb
To cry something, or to cry something out, means to shout or say something loudly.
'Nancy Drew,' she cried, 'stop it!'.
'You're wrong, quite wrong!' Henry cried out.
2. holler transitive or intransitive verb
If you holler, you shout loudly.[Am , informal]
He'll be hollering at me for coming in late.
3. roar intransitive verb
If someone roars, they shout very loudly. If they roar with laughter, they laugh very loudly.
The crowd roared with laughter.
4. scream transitive verb
If you scream something, you shout it in a loud high-pitched voice.
He grabbed Anthea and screamed abuse at her.
5. shout intransitive or transitive verb, phrasal verb
If you shout, or shout something out, you say it very loudly.
'She's alive!' he shouted triumphantly.
Andrew rushed out of the house, shouting for help.
Suddenly I heard a voice shout out my name.
6. whine intransitive verb, countable noun
If something or someone whines, they make a long, high-pitched noise called a whine, which often sounds sad or unpleasant.
The dog started to whine with impatience.
...the whine of jet engines.
7. whine intransitive verb
If someone whines about something, they complain about it in an annoying way.
8. whoop intransitive verb, countable noun
If you whoop, or if you let out a whoop, you shout loudly in a very happy or excited way.[written]
Harry whooped with delight.
...loud whoops and yells.
9. yell intransitive verb, countable noun
If you yell or yell out, or if you give a yell, you shout loudly, usually because you are excited, angry, or in pain.
I'm sorry I yelled at you last night.
He let out a yell.
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Translation of चिल्लाना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary