US: /ˈjɛɫ/
UK: /jˈɛl/

English Vietnamese dictionary

yell /jel/
  • danh từ
    • sự kêu la, sự la hét
    • tiếng la hét, tiếng thét lác; (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) tiếng la hò động viên (trong những cuộc thi đấu thể thao...)
    • động từ
      • kêu la, la hét, thét lác
        • to yell with pain: kêu la vì đau đớn
        • to yell with laughter: cười rầm lên
        • to yell out abuses: chửi mắng om sòm

    Advanced English dictionary

    verb, noun
    + verb
    ~ (out) (sth)
    ~ (sth) (at sb/sth) to shout loudly, for example because you are angry, excited, frightened or in pain: [V] He yelled at the other driver. + They yelled with excitement. + She yelled out in pain. + She yelled at the child to get down from the wall. + [V speech] 'Be careful!' he yelled. + [VN] The crowd yelled encouragement at the players. - SHOUT
    + noun
    a loud cry of pain, excitement, etc: to let out / give a yell + a yell of delight / surprise

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 shout, scream, bellow, howl, screech, yowl, roar, bawl, caterwaul, squall, yelp, Colloq holler:
    'Stop yelling at your sister!', shouted my father.
    2 shout, scream, cry, bellow, howl, screech, yowl, roar, caterwaul, squall, yelp, Colloq holler:
    I think I heard a yell for help.

    Collocation dictionary


    loudly | furiously, hysterically | almost | back, out
    She yelled back at me to mind my own business.


    hear sb


    He yelled at me furiously.
    | for
    yelling for help
    | in
    She yelled in pain as she touched the hot iron.
    | with
    The children were yelling with laughter.

    Concise English dictionary

    +a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition
    +a loud utterance of emotion (especially when inarticulate)
    +utter a sudden loud cry
    +utter or declare in a very loud voice