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snarl

US [snɑrl]
UK [snɑː(r)l]
  • n.(动物的)龇牙低吼;愤怒叫嚷(声);咆哮(声);疼痛叫声
  • v.龇牙低吼;咆哮着说;不耐烦地说
  • Web怒骂;缠结;混乱
Simple Present:snarls  Present Participle:snarling  Past Tense:snarled  
snarl
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v.
1.
[i]
~ (at sb/sth)
龇牙低吼to show the teeth and make a deep angry noise in the throat
The dog snarled at us.
狗朝我们低声吼叫。
2.
[t]
咆哮着说;不耐烦地说to speak in an angry or bad-tempered way
‘Get out of here!’ he snarled.
“滚开!”他吼道。
She snarled abuse at anyone who happened to walk past.
谁碰巧走过,她就冲谁叫骂。
n.
1.
[ususing]
(动物的)龇牙低吼a deep sound that an animal makes when it is angry and shows its teeth
The dog bared its teeth in a snarl.
那条狗龇着牙低声吼叫。
2.
[ususing]
愤怒叫嚷(声);咆哮(声);疼痛叫声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 hate
充满仇恨的吼声
3.
缠结物;蓬乱的事物something that has become twisted in an untidy way
She used conditioner to remove the snarls from her hair.
她用护发剂梳顺了头发。

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