English translation of चीखना
चीखनाPowered by COBUILD /cikhana/
Definitions and Translations
/cikhana, cIkhanA, ceekhanaa, cīkhanā, cikhna, cIkhnA, ceekhnaa, cīkhnā, chikhana, chIkhanA, cheekhanaa, chīkhanā, chikhna, chIkhnA, cheekhnaa, chīkhnā/
1. bawl transitive or intransitive verb
If you bawl, you shout or sing something loudly and harshly.
⇒ Laura and Peter were shouting and bawling at each other. ⇒ He bawled the opening line of his song.
2. bellow transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you bellow, you shout angrily in a loud deep voice. You call a sound like this a bellow.
⇒ 'I didn't ask to be born!' she bellowed. ⇒ The owner bellowed orders at the teenager. ⇒ Alfred let out a bellow.
3. cry phrasal verb
If you cry out, you call out loudly because you are frightened, unhappy or in pain.
⇒ He was crying out in pain when the ambulance arrived.
4. scream intransitive verb, countable noun
When someone screams, they make a loud high-pitched cry, called a scream, usually because they are in pain or frightened.
⇒ He staggered around the room, screaming in agony. ⇒ ...screams of terror.
5. screech intransitive verb, countable noun
If you screech, or if you give a screech, you shout something in a loud, unpleasant, high-pitched voice.
⇒ The parrot opened its beak and screeched. ⇒ ...her voice rising to a screech.
6. shriek transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you shriek, you give a sudden loud scream, called a shriek.
⇒ She shrieked and jumped from the bed. ⇒ 'Stop it! Stop it!' shrieked Jane. ⇒ Sue let out a terrific shriek.
7. whine intransitive verb
If someone whines about something, they complain about it in an annoying way.
8. 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 चीखना from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary