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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
shout /ʃaut/
  • danh từ
    • tiếng kêu; sự la hét, sự hò hét
    • (từ lóng) chầu khao
      • it is my shout: đến chầu tớ khao, đến lượt tớ làm đầu tàu
  • động từ
    • la hét, hò hét, reo hò
      • to shout at the top of one's voice: gân cổ lên mà hét
      • to shout for joy: reo hò vui sướng
    • quát tháo, thét
      • don't shout at me: đừng quát tôi
    • (từ lóng) khao, thết
      • to shout someone a drink: khao ai chầu rượu, thết ai chầu rượu
    • to shout down
      • la phản đối, la thét buột (một diễn giả) phải thôi nói
Concise Dictionary
shouts|shouted|shoutingʃaʊt
noun
+a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition
verb
+utter in a loud voice; talk in a loud voice (usually denoting characteristic manner of speaking)
+utter a sudden loud cry
+utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy
+use foul or abusive language towards

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 yell, scream, bellow, bawl, howl, roar, cry (out), call (out), whoop, Colloq holler:
We lined up when the sergeant shouted out our names.
n.
2 yell, scream, bellow, howl, yelp, roar, cry, call, whoop, Colloq holler:
Nobody on shore could hear the boys' shouts when their boat capsized.
Advanced English Dictionary
verb, noun
+ verb
1 ~ (sth) (at / to sb)
~ (at sb to do sth) to say sth in a loud voice; to speak loudly/angrily to sb: [V] Stop shouting and listen! + I shouted for help but nobody came. + She shouted at him to shut the gate. + Then he started shouting and swearing at her. + [VN] to shout abuse / encouragement / orders + [V that] He shouted that he couldn't swim. + [VN-ADJ] She shouted herself hoarse, cheering on the team. + [V speech] 'Run!' he shouted.
2 [V] ~ (out) to make a loud noise: She shouted out in pain when she tried to move her leg.
Phrasal Verbs: shout sb<->down to shout so that sb who is speaking cannot be heard: The speaker was shouted down by a group of protesters.
shout sth<->out to say sth in a loud voice so that it can be clearly heard: Don't shout out all the answers. + [+ speech] 'I'm over here!' I shouted out.
+ noun
1 a loud cry of anger, fear, excitement, etc: loud / angry / distant shouts + a shout of anger / pain / joy + I heard her warning shout too late.
2 (AustralE, BrE, informal) a person's turn to buy drinks: What are you drinking? It's my shout.
Idioms: be in with a shout (of sth / of doing sth) (informal) to have a good chance of winning sth or of achieving sth
give sb a shout (spoken) to tell sb sth: Give me a shout when you're ready.
WHICH WORD?

shout / cry / scream
These verbs describe the different kinds of loud noise people make when they are angry, frightened or upset. People shout when they are angry or want to get somebody's attention: He always seems to be shouting at the kids these days. + I can hear you - there's no need to shout. Yell can also be used, especially in spoken English. Cry with this meaning now sounds old-fashioned. When people scream they make a very loud, high noise because they are in great pain or are very frightened or excited:
There was broken glass everywhere and people were screaming. You can also use these words with 'out':
She shouted out in pain as they tried to move her.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

great, loud | low | faint, muffled | distant | sudden | angry, indignant | triumphant | raucous, wild | warning

VERB + SHOUT

give, let out | hear
I heard her warning shout too late.
| be greeted with | give sb
(figurative) Give me a shout if you'd like to come with us.

SHOUT + VERB

echo, go up
A great shout of excitement went up as she crossed the finishing line.

PREP.

with a ~
With a shout of pain, he pulled his hand away from the hot stove.
| ~ from
There were shouts of laughter from the crowd.
| ~ of

PHRASES

a shout of anger/alarm/pain, a shout of laughter, a shout of victory

More information about SOUND

SOUND:

give a ~
The dog gave a low growl.

let out a ~
He let out a blood-curdling scream.

hear ~
We heard the peal of church bells.

with a ~
The vase fell to the ground with a great crash.

~ of
a roar of laughtera snort of derisionthe whine of an engine

verb

ADV.

aloud
‘I'm done for!’ he shouted aloud.
| loudly | hoarsely | hysterically, wildly | angrily, furiously | almost
He found he was almost shouting.
| suddenly | back
If they shout at you, shout back!
| out

VERB + SHOUT

want to | try to | open your mouth to
He opened his mouth to shout, but no sound came out.
| begin to, start to | hear sb
I could hear him shouting down the telephone.

PREP.

about
What were they shouting about?
| above
We had to shout above the noise of the engines.
| after
We shouted after him, but he couldn't hear us.
| at
There's no need to shout at me!
| for
We shouted for help.
| to
He shouted to the lorry driver to stop.

PHRASES

keep (on) shouting, shout and scream
They were surrounded by people shouting and screaming.
| shout at the top of your voice, shout yourself hoarse
She shouted herself hoarse, cheering on the team.
| start/stop shouting



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