English - Vietnamese Dictionary
roar /rɔ:/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- tiếng gầm, tiếng rống
- the roar of a lion: tiếng gầm của con sư tử
- tiếng ầm ầm
- the roar of the waves on the rocks: tiếng sóng vỗ vào vách ầm ầm
- the roar of the connon: tiếng đại bác nổ ầm ầm, tiếng gầm của đại bác
- tiếng la hét, tiếng om sòm, tiếng cười phá lên
- to set the whole table in a roar: làm cho cả bàn ăn cười phá lên
- nội động từ
- gầm, rống lên (sư tử, hổ...)
- the lion roared: con sư tử gầm
- to roar like a bull: rống lên như bò
- nổ đùng đùng, nổ ầm ầm, vang lên ầm ầm
- cannons roar: đại bác nổ ầm ầm
- la thét om sòm
- to roar with pain: la thét vì đau đớn; rống lên vì đau đớn
- to roar with laughter: cười om sòm, cười phá lên
- ngoại động từ
- hét, la hét, gầm lên
- to roar someone down: hét lên bắt ai phải im
- to roar oneself hoarse: hét đến khản tiếng
roars|roared|roaringrɔr /rɔːThesaurus Dictionary
+a deep prolonged loud noise
+a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)
+the sound made by a lion
+make a loud noise, as of wind, water, or vehicles
+utter words loudly and forcefully
+emit long loud cries
+act or proceed in a riotous, turbulent, or disorderly way
+make a loud noise, as of animal
+laugh unrestrainedly and heartily
Advanced English Dictionary
1 bellow, thunder; howl, bawl, squall, cry, yell, yowl; bay, snarl, growl:
A train roared by. The crowd roared appreciation. A lion roared once in the night
2 laugh, guffaw, howl (with laughter), hoot:
They fell about roaring when he told the joke about the egg and the taxi.
3 roaring, bellow, thunder, rumble, boom; howl, bawl, squall, cry, yell, yowl, clamour, outcry; snarl, snarling, growl, growling:
The roar of the falls could be heard miles away. There was a roar of indignation at the proposal. The beast's roar was enough to strike terror into our hearts.
4 guffaw, outburst, howl, hoot:
Everything she said was met by a roar of laughter from the gallery.
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
1 [V] to make a very loud, deep sound: We heard a lion roar. + The gun roared deafeningly. + The engine roared to life (= started noisily). + The wind was roaring in my ears.
2 ~ (sth) (out) to shout sth very loudly: [V] The crowd roared. + [VN] The fans roared (out) their approval. + He roared out James's name. + [V speech] 'Stand back,' he roared.
3 [V] ~ (with laughter) to laugh very loudly: He looked so funny, we all roared. + It made them roar with laughter.
4 [V +adv./prep.] (of a vehicle or its rider / driver) to move very fast, making a lot of noise: She put her foot down and the car roared away. + A group of young men on motorcycles roared past.
5 [V] (of a fire) to burn brightly with a lot of flames, heat and noise: A log fire was roaring in the hearth.
1 a loud deep sound made by an animal, especially a lion, or by sb's voice: His speech was greeted by a roar of applause. + roars of laughter
2 a loud continuous noise made by the wind or sea, or by a machine: I could barely hear above the roar of traffic. + the roar of the Atlantic
almighty, deafening, great, loud, mighty
The lion let out a great roar.
| deep | dull, muffled | hollow | throaty
the throaty roar of the engine
| background, distant
the distant roar of the sea
VERB + ROAR
give, let out | hear
ROAR + VERB
A mighty roar went up from the crowd as the home team scored.
above/over the ~
She couldn't make herself heard over the roar of the engines.
| with a ~
The car sped off with an almighty roar.
| ~ from
There was a crash and a roar from the kitchen.
| ~ of
a roar of applause/laughter
More information about SOUND
give a ~
The dog gave a low growl.
let out a ~
He let out a blood-curdling scream.
We heard the peal of church bells.
with a ~
The vase fell to the ground with a great crash.
a roar of laughtera snort of derisionthe whine of an engine
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