- vi. 咆哮,轰鸣 give a roar
- vt. & vi. 大声喊出 say or express loudly or with force
a deep prolonged loud noise
a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal);
"his bellow filled the hallway"
the sound made by a lion
make a loud noise, as of wind, water, or vehicles;
"The wind was howling in the trees"
"The water roared down the chute"
utter words loudly and forcefully;
"`Get out of here,' he roared"
emit long loud cries;
"wail in self-pity"
"howl with sorrow"
act or proceed in a riotous, turbulent, or disorderly way;
"desperadoes from the hills regularly roared in to take over the town"
make a loud noise, as of animal;
"The bull bellowed"
laugh unrestrainedly and heartily
- He could only roar in a gruff voice.
- In the picture, the dragons and tigers won't roar.
- We roar all like bears, and mourn sore like doves: we look for judgment, but there is none; for salvation, but it is far off from us.
- He roared with pain.
- The roar of the train reverberated in the tunnel.
- The murmur swelled into a roar.
- The whole room rang with a roar.
- A sudden roar came from the expectant crowd.
- The machine started up with a roar.
- The cataract deafened the ear with its roar.
- Who dares to answer back when he roars like a lion?
- The injured man roared in pain.
- He roared with anger.
- His jokes made us all roar.
- The tiger roared.
- An aircraft roared away overhead.
- Our cannon roared as the enemy ship approached.
- Several lorries roared past.
- She threw more wood into the stove and soon the fire was roaring.
- He roared an order.
- The sergeant roared his commands.
- He roared his displeasure.
- The delegates roared approval of the resolution.
- The river roared him to sleep.
- He roared that was a violation of the rules.
- He was too excited and roared himself hoarse.
- The crowd roared themselves hoarse.
- roar at (v.+prep.)
向…大声叫; 因…大声笑 shout at sb loudly; laugh loudly
roar at sb
It's a poor teacher who can only control the class by roaring at the children.
You needn't roar at me.
The sergeant roared at the soldiers.
The audience roared at the pantomime.
- roar down (v.+adv.)
以大声喊来压倒…的声音 drown the voice of a speaker with loud noise as by shouting
roar sb ⇔ down
The next speaker tried to make himself heard, but the crowd roared him down.
- roar out (v.+adv.)
吼叫,表达出… express sth loudly
The wounded animal roared out in pain.
受伤的动物痛得直号叫。roar sth ⇔ out
The baby was roaring out its hunger.
The officer roared out a command, and all the soldiers stood to attention.
- roar approval 大声赞成
- roar one's commands 高声下达命令
- roar one's displeasure 大声地说出他的不愉快的事
- roar oneself hoarse 喊哑嗓子
- roar an order 大声发出命令
- roar triumphantly 胜利地吼叫
- roar away overhead (飞机)从头上轰隆隆地飞过
- roar down 用吼叫压倒(某人的)讲话声
- roar out a command 高声发布命令
- roar out a song 引吭高歌
The panther's roar came muffled, while I sat Low in the valley.出自： Tennyson
The volume of cheering below in the street increased to a deafening roar.出自： J. G. Farrell
When he spoke at all, he roared at everyone.出自： G. Vidal
One of the events sure to get the crowds roaring.出自：Evening News (Worcester)
- roar用作及物动词时,接名词、代词、that从句作宾语,也可接“oneself+ adj. ”构成的复合宾语。可用于被动结构。用作不及物动词时,常跟副词down, out或介词at, with连用。
- roar, bellow, bluster, clamour, vociferate
- 这组词都有“连续不断或拖常地发出声音”的意思。它们的区别是:roar指人或动物为表达各种感情而发出的低沉、嘶哑、拉长的叫喊声; bellow指在空腔中的回响或从远方传来的轰鸣; bluster指风暴的咆哮,引申为声音很大但空洞、无用的叫嚷; clamour指各种声音混杂的吵闹声; vociferate指因为愤怒或激动而发出的叫喊声,尤指呼救声或抗议声。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的rarian，意为恸哭。