to shout with glee | English-Spanish dictionary | Back

to shout with glee | English-Spanish dictionary | Back

to shout with glee | English-Spanish dictionary | Back

1 (cry loud) shout m → a shout of anger a cry of anger → there were shouts of applause there was great applause → to give sb a shout to shout at sb , to warn sb give me a shout when you've finished hit me a a shout of joy a shout of joy, a shout of protest, a shout of protest, a shout of protest, a shout of protest, a shout of protest, a shout of protest, a shout of protest IDIOMS he's still in with a shout * he still has a chance to win

2 (Brit) / i> round f it's my shout - what are you drinking? I have to pay this round - what do you take? to shout abuse at sb to insult sb to shout → to shout o.s. (también: to shout, to shout, to shout) to hoarse to scream to remain hoarse → he shouted a warning he fired a warning cry

vi to shout I had to shout to make myself heard I had to shout to be heard → his goal gave the fans something to shout about his goal gave fans reason to shout → to shout at sb to shout for sth / sb to shout for sth / sb to shout for sth for shout for sth for shout for sth for shout for sth for sth to shout to come to → to shout with glee / joy to shout with laughter to laugh with laughter

▲ shout down / b> [+ person] vt + adv shout, shout, shout, shout, shout, shout shout we shouted out our thanks we shouted thanks, we thanked shouts they shouted out greetings shouted greetings, they shouted to us

b vi + adv shout, shout, shout * / b>

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