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scream

US [skrim]
UK [skriːm]
  • n.尖叫;尖锐刺耳的声音;可笑的人(或物)
  • v.(因伤痛、害怕、激动等)尖叫;(向某人或为某事)高声喊
  • Web惊声尖叫;夺命狂呼;呐喊
Plural Form:screams  Present Participle:screaming  Past Tense:screamed  
scream
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(因伤痛、害怕、激动等)尖叫to give a loud, high cry, because you are hurt, frightened, excited, etc.
He covered her mouth to stop her from screaming.
他捂上她的嘴,不让她叫出声来。
The kids were screaming with excitement.
孩子们兴奋地喊叫着。
People ran for the exits, screaming out in terror.
人们惊恐万状,尖叫着奔向出口。
The baby was screaming itself hoarse.
婴儿哭得嗓子都哑了。
2.
[t][i]
(向某人或为某事)高声喊,大声叫to shout sth in a loud, high voice because of fear, anger, etc.
‘Help!’ she screamed.
“救命啊!”她喊道。
Someone was screaming for help.
有人在喊救命。
He screamed at me to stop.
他冲着我喊,要我停下来。
She screamed abuse at him.
她对他破口大骂。
His sister screamed out that he was crazy.
他姐姐大叫着说他昏了头。
3.
[i]
发出大而尖的声音;呼啸而过to make a loud, high noise; to move fast, making this noise
Lights flashed and sirens screamed.
灯光闪动,警报鸣叫。
The powerboat screamed out to sea.
汽艇呼啸着出海了。
IDM
scream blue murder
不停地叫嚷(尤指叫屈、鸣不平)to scream loudly and for a long time, especially in order to protest about sth
n.
1.
[c]
尖叫;尖锐刺耳的声音a loud high cry made by sb who is hurt, frightened, excited, etc.; a loud high noise
She let out a scream of pain.
她疼得大叫一声。
They ignored the baby's screams.
他们对孩子的哭叫充耳不闻。
He drove off with a scream of tyres.
他驾车吱地一声开走了。
2.
[sing]
(informal)
可笑的人(或物)a person or thing that causes you to laugh
He's a scream.
他挺滑稽的。

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