- 嗥叫（声），轰鸣（声） ，隆隆声，咆哮（声） ，怒吼声
- vi. 作低沉的怒吼声 make a low, threatening sound
- vt. 咆哮着说 say in a growling manner
the sound of growling (as made by animals)
to utter or emit low dull rumbling sounds;
"he grumbled a rude response"
"Stones grumbled down the cliff"
- I kicked the dog, which responded by growling/with a growl.
- The dog evinced its dislike of stranger by growl.
- He answered the question with growl.
- Each time I moved in her direction, a menacing growl rumbled in her throat.
- The dog growled at me.
- We heard the thunder growling in the distance.
- Back in the kitchen, he began to growl.
- The thunder is growling.
- His stomach growled.
- The dog was angry and growled at me.
- She growled at her husband.
- He growled his answer.
- He growled his disapproval.
- He growled a few words.
- He growled that he would be late.
- “Come here,” I growled.
- growl out (v.+adv.)
以低沉的声音说 speak in a deep voice
growl sth ⇔ out
The guard growled out a warning, threatening the prisoners with his gun.
- growl audibly 大声地怒吼
- growl furiously 狂怒地咆哮
- growl menacingly 威胁地吼着
- growl ominously 不吉利地吼着
- growl warningly 带有警告性地怒吼
- growl out 以低沉的声音说
The bear..turned, reared, showed his teeth, and growled.出自： W. Irving