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roar

US [rɔr]
UK [rɔː(r)]
  • v.吼叫;咆哮;叫喊;大声地说
  • n.吼叫;咆哮;(风或海的)呼啸声;(机器的)隆隆声
  • Web轰鸣;怒号;怒吼
Simple Present:roars  Present Participle:roaring  Past Tense:roared  
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v.
1.
[i]
吼叫;咆哮to make a very loud, deep sound
We heard a lion roar.
我们听见了狮子的吼声。
The gun roared deafeningly.
枪炮轰鸣声震耳欲聋。
The engine roared to life(= started noisily) .
发动机隆隆启动。
2.
[i][t]
叫喊;大声地说to shout sth very loudly
The crowd roared.
人群一片喧哗。
The fans roared (out) their approval.
崇拜者大声叫好。
‘Stand back,’ he roared.
“靠后站。”他吼道。
3.
[i]
放声大笑to laugh very loudly
He looked so funny, we all roared.
他看上去那么滑稽,我们都哈哈大笑。
It made them roar with laughter.
这使他们大笑起来。
4.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
呼啸而行;开得飞快to move very fast, making a lot of noise
She put her foot down and the car roared away.
她踩下油门,车子呼啸而去。
5.
[i]
熊熊燃烧to burn brightly with a lot of flames, heat and noise
n.
1.
咆哮;吼叫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.
他的讲话引来了雷鸣般的掌声。
roars of laughter
放声大笑
2.
(风或海的)呼啸声;(机器的)隆隆声a loud continuous noise made by the wind or sea, or by a machine
I could barely hear above the roar of traffic.
除了车辆的轰鸣声,我几乎什么也听不见。

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