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  1. shout

    • IPA[SHout]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a person) utter a loud call or cry, typically as an expression of a strong emotion;say something very loudly; call out
    • n.
      a loud cry expressing a strong emotion or calling attention;one's turn to buy a round of drinks
    • verb: shout, 3rd person present: shouts, gerund or present participle: shouting, past tense: shouted, past participle: shouted

    • noun: shout, plural noun: shouts

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. (of a person) utter a loud call or cry, typically as an expression of a strong emotion she shouted for joy
    • say something very loudly; call out he leaned out of his window and shouted abuse at them I shouted out a warning
    • speak loudly and angrily to; insult or scold loudly he apologized because he had shouted at her in front of them all
    • prevent someone from speaking or being heard by shouting he was shouted down as he tried to explain the decision
    • indicate or express (a particular quality or characteristic) unequivocally or powerfully from crocodile handbag to gold-trimmed shoes she shouted money
    • 2. Australian, New Zealand informal treat (someone) to (something, especially a drink) I'll shout you a beer
    • buy a round of drinks anyone shooting a hole in one must shout for all players present on the course

    名詞

    • 1. a loud cry expressing a strong emotion or calling attention his words were interrupted by warning shouts
    • 2. British informal one's turn to buy a round of drinks “Do you want another drink? My shout.”