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howl / aullido
 
howl   [haʊl]
A. -noun
a. [of animal]   aullido (m)
b. [of wind]   rugido (m)   (figurative)
c. [of protest]   clamor (m),   grito (m)
·a howl of pain
·un alarido de dolor
·howls of laughter
(figurative)   carcajadas feminine plural
·with a howl of rage
·dando un alarido de furia
B. -intransitive verb
[animal]   aullar
[person]   dar alaridos
[wind]   rugir,   bramar
[child]
(=weep)   berrear
·the dog howled all night
·el perro estuvo aullando toda la noche
·he howled with pain
·aullaba de dolor,   daba alaridos de dolor
·to howl with laughter
(figurative)   reír a carcajadas
·to howl with rage
·bramar de furia,   bramar furioso
C. -transitive verb
(=shout)   gritar
 
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