howl

I [haʊl]
nome

a howl of pain — un urlo di dolore

howls of protest — grida di protesta

a howl of laughter — una risata fragorosa

II 1. [haʊl]
verbo transitivo gridare, urlare (at a)
2.
verbo intransitivo [child] urlare, gridare; [dog, wind] ululare

to howl with rage — gridare di rabbia

to howl with laughter — ridere fragorosamente

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1. verb
1) (to make a long, loud cry: The wolves howled; He howled with pain; We howled with laughter.) ululare; urlare
2) ((of wind) to make a similar sound: The wind howled through the trees.) mugghiare
2. noun
(such a cry: a howl of pain; howls of laughter.) ululato, urlo
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[haʊl]
1. n
(of animal) ululato

a howl of pain — un urlo di dolore

a howl of protest — un grido di protesta

howls of laughter — scrosci mpl di risate

2. vi
(person) gridare, urlare, (animal, wind) ululare, (weep) piangere

the dog howled all night — il cane ha ululato tutta la notte

to howl with laughter — rotolarsi dalle risate

he howled with pain — urlava dal dolore

3. vt
urlare
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howl /haʊl/
n.
1 ululato; ululo; urlo lamentoso; lamento; gemito; mugolio: the howls of a dog, gli ululati d'un cane
2 grido; urlo; strillo; schiamazzo: a howl of pain, un urlo di dolore; howls of derision, grida di derisione
3 (slang) spasso; chi (o cosa che) fa sbellicare dalle risa; individuo ridicolo; cosa buffa.
(to) howl /haʊl/
A v. i.
1 ululare; urlare lamentosamente; (di un bimbo, ecc.) strillare; lamentarsi; mugghiare: The wolves were howling, i lupi ululavano; The storm howled through the sails, la tempesta mugghiava fra le vele; He howled with (o in) pain, urlava per il dolore
2 urlare; gridare; schiamazzare
B v. t.
dire (qc.) a gran voce; gridare; strillare: to howl the latest news, strillare le ultimissime
to howl defiance, lanciare una sfida a gran voce □ to howl down a speaker, far tacere un oratore a forza di urla; subissare di urla un oratore □ (fam.) to howl with laughter, sbellicarsi dalle risa.
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I [haʊl]
nome

a howl of pain — un urlo di dolore

howls of protest — grida di protesta

a howl of laughter — una risata fragorosa

II 1. [haʊl]
verbo transitivo gridare, urlare (at a)
2.
verbo intransitivo [child] urlare, gridare; [dog, wind] ululare

to howl with rage — gridare di rabbia

to howl with laughter — ridere fragorosamente


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
(as of a dog), / (as a dog), / , / (said of wind)


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