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bawl

US [bɔl]
UK [bɔːl]
  • v.号哭;嚎啕大哭;大喊;大叫
  • n.哭声;叫喊声
  • Web呼喝;咆哮;责骂
Simple Present:bawls  Present Participle:bawling  Past Tense:bawled  
bawl
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v.
1.
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大喊;怒吼to shout loudly, especially in an unpleasant or angry way
She bawled at him in front of everyone.
她当着大家的面冲他大喊大叫。
He sat in his office bawling orders at his secretary.
他坐在办公室里,对秘书厉声发号施令。
‘Get in here now!’ she bawled out.
“马上进来!”她嚷道。
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(+ speech)
号哭to cry loudly, especially in an unpleasant and annoying way
A child was bawling in the next room.
隔壁有个孩子在大声哭闹。
He was bawling his eyes out(= crying very loudly) .
他正号啕大哭。

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