squawk Chinski

wymowa
(名) 叫声, 抗议, 诉苦
(动) 发出粗厉的叫声; 大声抱怨; 嘎嘎叫声; 抗议; 粗声叫出

squawk Chinski

wymowa
(名) 叫聲, 抗議, 訴苦
(動) 發出粗厲的叫聲; 大聲抱怨; 嘎嘎叫聲; 抗議; 粗聲叫出

Przykładowe zdania

AS THE BIRDS began to squawk-that is, a good while before the break of dawn-he got up and finished his task.
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Beneath the dash, a two-way radio squawked once, briefly, and fell silent.
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He tries to cry out, but his shocked, flattened lungs can produce only a single dismayed squawk.
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It came through faint and electronic, just a faraway squawk from the earpiece.
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Its cries of pain joined the squawking of the amplifiers, until the music finally began to stumble...
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She fell to the needle-carpeted path with a squawk of surprised outrage.
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Squawking by radio had proved singularly effective, due largely to an automatic record of the squawk.
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The fiddler squawked his bow across the strings.
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We squawk and then keep a miserly peace, the kind with gimlet eyes and a tucked-down mouth.
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And since Gavin hates you maybe even more than you hate him, he was more than happy to squawk.
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Synonimy

cry out inarticulately: screech, cackle, crow, shriek, hoot, howl, scold


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