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 Translation for 'to shout' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to shout | shouted | shouted
shouting | shouts
SYNO call | cry | outcry | ...
to shout {verb}викам
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Translation for 'to shout' from English to Bulgarian

to shout {verb}
викам
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Usage Examples English
  • As she naturally had a high-pitched and nasal voice, she received lessons to help deepen it and was required to shout verses by Shakespeare for hours every day as part of her training.
  • After a lengthy description of whatever tasty morsel Vern had, Ernest would get locked out but would continue to shout from outside.
  • Her supporters later offered the explanation that her vehement defense of MRTA came about because she was angry over the treatment of a wounded cell mate and that she was instructed by authorities to shout in order to be heard.
  • At the end of the first show, audience members continued to shout 'encore' for 15 minutes until Sammi came back out and sang "Our Theme Song" (我們的主題曲).
  • there never comes a time when one is entitled to shout "infinity"!

  • He responded to nuns in the audience who tried to shout him down by saying they had "an easy life with no material worries in return for which they gave themselves body and soul to the church".
  • Luckily Twm, in terror, happens to shout a word which makes the horse gallop on again, and he is conveyed to safety.
  • In much of medieval Europe, sanitation legislation consisted of an ordinance requiring homeowners to shout, "Look out below!
  • In recent years, when the Orioles host the Toronto Blue Jays, fans have begun to shout out the multiple instances of the word "O" in "O Canada".
  • It is proud to shout that Jiri is land of ethnic people called the Jirels.

  • Delamarre's second point is Plutarch's mention that during the Battle of Aquae Sextiae in 102 BC, the Ambrones (who were a Germanic tribe from Jutland) began to shout "Ambrones!
  • The boss fails to understand, forcing the man to shout.
  • Janov insistently encouraged Danny Wilson to shout "Mama!
  • According to Shout! Factory, "they're rebuilding the shows to their original television airing as best as they can".
  • Basil Brush starred in the Christmas pantomime "Cinderella" in 2007, including St Albans, where he would appear from a large box on wheels for various hilarious off-plot moments, and encouraged children in the audience to shout 'Boom Boom Basil!

  • On 19 August 1953, Soraya remembered how a glum Mohammad Reza was talking about moving to the United States when he received a telegram announcing that Mosaddegh had been overthrown, leading him to shout with joy.
  • A crowd of angry Liberians gathered to shout insults and throw rocks at the bodies.
  • Ximénez states that she must stay in the chair "until lunch time with only a cup of coffee at 11", and begins to shout at her to confess [...] only to have Biggles break down and confess.
  • ", which means "to shout", and "cry" from Old French " [...] " ("to cry").
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