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squeal

US [skwil]
UK [skwiːl]
  • v.尖声长叫;发出长而尖的声音;(尤指激动或紧张时)尖声说;告密
  • n.拖长的尖叫声;长而尖的声音
  • Web长声尖叫;尖声啼哭;发出了尖叫
Simple Present:squeals  Present Participle:squealing  Past Tense:squealed  
squeal
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v.
1.
[i]
尖声长叫;发出长而尖的声音to make a long, high sound
The pigs were squealing.
猪尖叫着。
The car squealed to a halt.
汽车嘎的一声停了下来。
Children were running around squealing with excitement.
孩子们跑来跑去,兴奋地尖叫着。
2.
[t][i]
(+ speech)
(尤指激动或紧张时)尖声说,高声嚷着说to speak in a very high voice, especially when you are excited or nervous
‘Don't!’ she squealed.
“不要!”她尖叫道。
3.
[i]
(informal)
~ (on sb)
告密;告发to give information, especially to the police, about sth illegal that sb has done
n.
1.
拖长的尖叫声;长而尖的声音a long high cry or sound
a squeal of pain
疼痛的尖叫
a squeal of delight
快乐的尖叫
He stopped with a squeal of brakes.
他嘎的一声把车刹住了。

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