shout

shout
{ʃaut}
I. 1. викам, извиквам, провиквам се
крещя, изкрясквам (at someone на някого)
to SHOUT with laughter смея се гръмогласно
to SHOUT for/with joy провиквам се радостно, викам от радост
within SHOUTing distance (на) близо
2. австр. sl. черпя, почерпвам
all is over bar/but the SHOUTing мъчното свърши, успяхме
shout down надвиквам, заглушавам (оратор с викове), накарвам да млъкне
shout for извиквам (някого да дойде)
shout out извиквам, провиквам се
II. 1. вик, провикване, възглас
SHOUTs of applause бурни аплодисменти, одобрителни възгласи
2. австр. черпня, черпене, ред (на някого) да черпи
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{shaut} v 1. викам, извиквам, провиквам се; крещя, изкрясквам (a(2) {shaut} n 1. вик; провикване; възглас; shouts of applause бурни
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вик; кряскам; крещя;
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1. all is over bar/but the shouting мъчното свърши, успяхме 2. i. викам, извиквам, провиквам се 3. ii. вик, провикване, възглас 4. shout down надвиквам, заглушавам (оратор с викове), накарвам да млъкне 5. shout for извиквам (някого да дойде) 6. shout out извиквам, провиквам се 7. shouts of applause бурни аплодисменти, одобрителни възгласи 8. to shout for/with joy провиквам се радостно, викам от радост 9. to shout with laughter смея се гръмогласно 10. within shouting distance (на) близо 11. австр. sl. черпя, почерпвам 12. австр. черпня, черпене, ред (на някого) да черпи 13. крещя, изкрясквам (at someone на някого)
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shout[ʃaut] I. v 1. викам, извиквам, провиквам се; рева, крещя; говоря на висок глас (и като на глух); to \shout at the top of o.'s voice викам, колкото ми глас държи; to \shout with pain викам от болка; to \shout with laughter смея се гръмко; to \shout for (with) joy провиквам се радостно; 2. викам на някого (at); извиквам (някому) (for); to \shout for the waiter викам келнера; 3. извиквам, изкрясквам (заповед, име и под.); 4. австр. sl плащам почерпка (на цяла компания); II. n 1. вик, провикване; възглас; \shouts of laughter силен смях; \shouts of applause бурни аплодисменти; 2. австр. sl черпня, почерпка; it's my \shout аз черпя (плащам), черпнята е от мен.

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