English translation of 'चिल्लाहट'
nf/cillahata, cillAhata, cillaahata, cillāhat, cillahta, cillAhta, cillaahta, cillāht, cillahat, cillAhat, cillaahat, cillaht, cillAht, cillaaht, chillahata, chillAhata, chillaahata, chillāhat, cillahaTa, cillAhaTa, cillaahaTa, cillāhaT, cillahTa, cillAhTa, cillaahTa, cillāhT, cillahaT, cillAhaT, cillaahaT, cillahT, cillAhT, cillaahT, chillahaTa, chillAhaTa, chillaahaTa, chillāhaT, cillahaṭa, cillAhaṭa, cillaahaṭa, cillāhaṭ, cillahṭa, cillAhṭa, cillaahṭa, cillāhṭ, cillahaṭ, cillAhaṭ, cillaahaṭ, cillahṭ, cillAhṭ, cillaahṭ, chillahaṭa, chillAhaṭa, chillaahaṭa, chillāhaṭ/
1. cry countable noun
A cry is a loud high sound that you make when you feel a strong emotion such as fear, pain, or pleasure.
...a cry of horror.
2. shouting uncountable noun
My children heard the shouting first.
3. shout countable noun
A shout is the noise made when someone speaks very loudly.
I heard a distant shout.
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. 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 चिल्लाहट from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary