English translation of चिल्लाहट
चिल्लाहटPowered by COBUILD /cillahata/
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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