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snarl /snɑ:l/
  • danh từ
    • tiếng gầm gừ (chó)
    • tiếng càu nhàu, tiếng cằn nhằn
      • to answer with a snarl: trả lời với giọng cằn nhằn
  • động từ
    • gầm gừ (chó)
    • càu nhàu, cằn nhằn
      • to snarl out an answer: cằn nhằn mà trả lời
      • to snarl at somebody: cằn nhẳn cằn nhằn với ai
  • danh từ
    • chỗ thắt nút, cái nút; chỗ nối
      • hair full of snarls: tóc rối kết lại
    • tình trạng lộn xộn; sự rối beng; mớ bòng bong
    • traffic snarl
      • tình trạng xe cộ ùn lại, sức tắc nghẽn giao thông
  • ngoại động từ
    • làm rối, làm xoắn (chỉ)
    • chạm bằng cái đột
    • nội động từ
      • rối beng, rối mù
    Concise Dictionary
    snarls|snarled|snarlingsnɑrl /snɑːl
    noun
    +a vicious angry growl
    +an angry vicious expression
    +something jumbled or confused
    verb
    +utter in an angry, sharp, or abrupt tone
    +make a snarling noise or move with a snarling noise
    +twist together or entwine into a confusing mass
    +make more complicated or confused through entanglements

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 growl; snap:
    I admit I found three snarling Dobermans a bit off-putting. The clerk snarled at me when I asked for a form.
    n.
    2 growl:
    With a snarl the dog leapt at his throat.
    v.
    1 Often, snarl up. tangle, entangle, complicate, confuse, scramble, muddle, twist, mix or mess up, Colloq ball up, screw up:
    This situation is so snarled up that we'll never straighten it out
    2 tangle, entangle, knot, twist, ravel, jam, kink:
    The rope won't feed through the pulley because it's all snarled.
    n.
    3 tangle, entanglement, complexity, snag, problem, difficulty, complication, muddle, mess, predicament, fix, quandary, dilemma, Colloq snarl-up, tight spot, pickle:
    The situation was full of snarls and problems.
    4 jungle, maze, labyrinth, knot:
    The drain was clogged by a snarl of hair.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb
    1 [V] ~ (at sb/sth) (of dogs, etc.) to show the teeth and make a deep angry noise in the throat: The dog snarled at us.
    2 ~ (sth) (at sb) to speak in an angry or bad tempered way: [V speech] 'Get out of here!' he snarled. + [VN] She snarled abuse at anyone who happened to walk past.
    Phrasal Verbs: snarl up
    snarl sth<->up to involve sb/sth in a situation that stops their movement or progress; to become involved in a situation like this: The sheets kept getting snarled up. + The accident snarled up the traffic all day.
    related noun SNARL-UP
    + noun
    1 [usually sing.] a deep sound that an animal makes when it is angry and shows its teeth: The dog bared its teeth in a snarl.
    2 [usually sing.] an act of speaking in an angry or bad-tempered way; the sound you make when you are angry, in pain, etc: a snarl of pain / hate + She answered with an angry snarl.
    3 = SNARL-UP: rush-hour traffic snarls
    4 (informal) something that has become twisted in an untidy way: She used conditioner to remove the snarls from her hair.(also snarl)
    + noun
    (BrE, informal) a situation in which traffic is unable to move: We were caught in the rush-hour snarl-up.
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    ADV.

    savagely, viciously
    He snarled savagely at her.
    | almost

    PREP.

    at
    A guard dog snarled at us as we walked by.



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