shout
[ʃaʊt]
VERB
shouts (third person present) · shouted (past tense) · shouted (past participle) · shouting (present participle)
  1. (of a person) utter a loud cry, typically as an expression of a strong emotion.
    "she shouted for joy"
    synonyms:
    yell · cry · cry out · call · call out · roar · howl · bellow · bawl ·
    call at the top of one's voice · clamour · bay · cheer · yawp · yelp · wail · squawk · shriek · scream · screech · squeal · squall · caterwaul · whoop · raise one's voice · holler · vociferate
    antonyms:
    • say something very loudly.
      "he leant out of his window and shouted abuse at them" ·
      "I shouted out a warning" · "‘Come back!’ she shouted"
    • (shout at)
      speak loudly and angrily to.
      "he apologized because he had shouted at her in front of them all"
    • (shout someone down)
      prevent someone from speaking or being heard by shouting.
      "he was shouted down as he tried to explain the decision"
    • indicate or express (a particular quality) unequivocally or powerfully.
      "from crocodile handbag to gold-trimmed shoes she shouted money"
  2. AUSTRALIAN / NEW ZEALAND
    informal
    treat (someone) to (something, especially a drink).
    "I'll shout you a beer"
    • buy a round of drinks.
      "anyone shooting a hole in one must shout for all players present on the course"
NOUN
shouts (plural noun)
  1. a loud cry expressing a strong emotion or calling attention.
    "his words were interrupted by warning shouts"
    synonyms:
    yell · cry · call · roar · howl · bellow · bawl · clamour · bay · cheer ·
    antonyms:
    • BRITISH
      informal
      a call-out for one of the emergency services.
  2. BRITISH
    informal
    (one's shout)
    one's turn to buy a round of drinks.
    "‘Do you want another drink? My shout.’"
Origin
late Middle English: perhaps related to shoot ; compare with Old Norse skúta ‘a taunt’, also with the verb scout2.
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anyone shooting a hole in one must shout for all players present on the course.
he apologized because he had shouted at her in front of them all.
from crocodile handbag to gold-trimmed shoes she shouted money.
he was shouted down as he tried to explain the decision.
he leant out of his window and shouted abuse at them.
a hoarse shout cut through his benumbed senses.
his words were interrupted by warning shouts.
she would hold her nose and shout ‘Pooh!’.
a great shout of irrepressible laughter.
‘Do you want another drink? My shout.’.
she lifted her voice in a great shout.
it was beneath his dignity to shout.
‘Come back!’ she shouted.
I shouted out a warning.
a shout of pure anger.
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How to say shout in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (VERB)skree
Arabic (PREPOSITION)يصرخون, يصرخ
(NOUN)الصراخ
(VERB)أصرخ
Bangla চিৎকার করে
Bosnian (Latin) vikati
Bulgarian (PREPOSITION)викат, извикайте, крещя, крещи
(NOUN)вик, възклицание
(VERB)вика, викам
Cantonese (Traditional)
Catalan (NOUN)crit, nota
(VERB)cridar
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Traditional
Croatian (VERB)vikati, vičeš
(PREPOSITION)vikni, viči, dozivati
(NOUN)povik, viče
Czech (PREPOSITION)křičet
(VERB)pokřikovat
(NOUN)výkřik
Danish (PREPOSITION)råbe
(NOUN)råb
Dutch (VERB)schreeuwen
(NOUN)schreeuw
Estonian (PREPOSITION)karjuda
Fijian na kaila
Filipino sigaw
Finnish (PREPOSITION)huutaa, huuda
French (VERB)crier, hurler, gueuler
(PREPOSITION)criez
(NOUN)cri
German (PREPOSITION)schreien
Greek (PREPOSITION)φωνάζουν, φωνάξει
(NOUN)κραυγή, φωνάζουμε
(VERB)φωνάξω
Haitian Creole rele fò
Hebrew (PREPOSITION)לצעוק, צועקים, צועקת
(VERB)תצעק
Hindi (PREPOSITION)चिल्लाओ, चिल्लाऊँ, जयजयकार
(NOUN)चिल्लाना, चिल्लाते
Hmong Daw qw nrov
Hungarian (VERB)kiabálni
(NOUN)kiáltás
(PREPOSITION)kiabál, kiáltani
Icelandic (VERB)hrópa
(NOUN)hróp
Indonesian (PREPOSITION)berteriak
Italian (VERB)gridare, urlare
(NOUN)grido, fischio
(PREPOSITION)urlo, urlate, grida
Japanese (PREPOSITION)叫ぶ, シャウト
Kiswahili kelele
Klingon jach
Korean (PREPOSITION)큰소리, 환성, 소리
Latvian (PREPOSITION)kliegt, bļāviens, Uzteikt
(VERB)jākliedz
(NOUN)kliedziens
Lithuanian (PREPOSITION)šaukti, šaukiantį
Malagasy hihiaka
Malay (Latin) jeritan
Norwegian Bokmål rope
Persian (NOUN)فریاد
Polish (VERB)krzyczeć, wołać
(PREPOSITION)krzycz, krzyk
(NOUN)wiadomość, krzykiem
Portuguese (VERB)gritar
(PREPOSITION)grite, berrar
(NOUN)grito
Querétaro Otomi gritar
Romanian (PREPOSITION)striga, ţipa
(NOUN)ţipăt, strigăt
Russian (VERB)кричать, закричать, орать
(NOUN)рупор, крик, окрик
(PREPOSITION)кричат, окрика
Samoan alaga
Serbian (Cyrillic) викати
Serbian (Latin) vikati
Slovak (PREPOSITION)kričať
Slovenian (NOUN)Vikati
(VERB)kričati
(PREPOSITION)vpiti, krik
Spanish (VERB)gritar
(NOUN)grito
(PREPOSITION)grita
Swedish (PREPOSITION)skrika, ropa
(NOUN)hojtning
Tahitian tuoraa
Tamil கத்த
Telugu అరవడం
Thai ตะโกน
Tongan kaikaila
Turkish (NOUN)bağırmak
(VERB)bağırmaya
(PREPOSITION)bağır, not
Ukrainian (PREPOSITION)кричати, Рупор
Urdu للکار
Welsh (VERB)weiddi
(PREPOSITION)gweiddi
(NOUN)gwaedd
Yucatec Maya awat
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