- n. 尖叫声
- v. 尖叫；（指风﹑ 机器等）发出大而尖的声音
- [C] 尖叫,尖叫声 loud shrill piercing cry or noise
- vt. & vi. 发出尖叫声 (of human beings, birds, animals) give a loud, sharp cry or cries of, or as of, fear or pain
sharp piercing cry;
"her screaming attracted the neighbors"
a high-pitched noise resembling a human cry;
"he ducked at the screechings of shells"
"he heard the scream of the brakes"
a joke that seems extremely funny
utter a sudden loud cry;
"she cried with pain when the doctor inserted the needle"
"I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me"
utter or declare in a very loud voice;
"You don't have to yell--I can hear you just fine"
make a loud, piercing sound;
"Fighter planes are screaming through the skies"
- The patient gave out a scream of pain.
- A scream broke the silence of the night.
- The boy was screaming with pain.
- People scream in fright,in anger,and in sudden pain.
- The wind screamed through the trees.
- I pressed the accelerator until the engine screamed.
- She let out a terrible scream.
- Then I heard a woman's scream.
- She gave a scream of anger.
- The woman gave a scream of pain.
- The baboon's growling turned into a scream.
- The car stopped suddenly with a scream of tyres.
- The scream of the jets overhead drowned our conversation.
- Her loud screams could be heard all over the house.
- A scream for help came from inside the building.
- He's an absolute scream.
- She thought it was an absolute scream when I fell off my chair.
- We heard an ear-splitting scream from the terrified girl.
- It was a perfect scream.
- Don't scream,I can hear what you are saying.
- She screamed when she saw the robber.
- The baby screamed all night.
- This parrot screams but does not talk.
- The railway whistle screamed.
- Racing cars screamed past.
- The wind was screaming outside.
- He screamed to go with you.
- A newsboy was screaming an extra.
- It was so noisy in the room that I had to scream my name.
- He screamed a warning not to touch the electric wire.
- She screamed that there was a snake under the bed.
- Mary screamed that there was a dog outside.
- “Hello,”screamed the woman.
- He screamed:“Are you getting better?”
- He screamed:“It's two o'clock.”
- The child screamed himself red in the face.
- She screamed herself hoarse.
- scream at (v.+prep.)
大叫大嚷; 责备 cry out loudly on a high note
scream at sb
He screamed at the children for making noise.
他因孩子们发出吵闹声而朝他们大叫大嚷。scream sth at sb
She screamed abuse at me.
- scream down (v.+adv.)
呼啸着灌入 (of the wind, machine) make a loud, shrill noise down sth
scream sth ⇔ down
The wind screamed down the chimney.
- scream for (v.+prep.)
为了…尖声地叫喊 make a loud, sharp cry for sth
scream for sth
She screamed for help when she saw the robber.
The schools are screaming for federal aid.
- scream in (v.+prep.)
在…中喊叫 say or express in sudden loud cry in sth
scream in sth
She screamed in anger.
她恼怒地大叫起来。scream sth in sth
The foreman screamed his instructions in the noise.
- scream out (v.+adv.)
尖声发出; 宣传 say in a loud, high voice; declare
scream sth ⇔ out
He screamed out a warning.
The newspapers screamed out the news in large letters.
各报用大号字体醒目地刊登了这则消息。scream out that-clause
She screamed out that she had lost her passport.
- scream through (v.+prep.)
(风)呼啸地过… (wind) make a sharp noise through sth
scream through sth
The wind screamed through the trees.
- scream to (v.+prep.)
对…高声说 cry out loudly on a high note to sb/sth
scream sth to sb
She screamed a few words to me.
- scream with (v.+prep.)
因…而大喊大叫 cry out loudly on a high note,(as in fear, pain, great excitement of anger or sometimes laughter)
scream with sth
The little boy fell down from a chair and started screaming with pain.
The fans screamed with excitement when they saw him.
We all screamed with laughter.
- give a scream 发出一声尖叫
- have a good scream 痛痛快快地尖叫
- hear a scream 听到尖叫声
- neglect a scream 不顾尖叫声
- raise a scream 高声尖叫
- shout a scream 发出尖叫
- utter a scream 发出尖叫
- distant scream 远方的尖叫声
- dreadful scream 令人害怕的尖叫声
- far-away scream 远处的尖叫声
- great scream 大声尖叫
- joyous scream 欢快的尖叫声
- loud scream 大声的尖叫
- piercing scream 尖厉刺耳的尖叫声
- sharp scream 尖声叫喊
- terrible scream 可怕的尖叫声
- warning scream 警告的尖叫
- screams of pain 痛苦的尖叫声
- scream appealingly 令人心动地发出尖叫声
- scream artificially 虚假地发出尖叫声
- scream bitterly 充满仇恨地发出尖叫声
- scream cheerfully 兴致勃勃地发出尖叫声
- scream curiously 不寻常地发出尖叫声
- scream deliberately 故意发出尖叫声
- scream desperately 绝望地发出尖叫声
- scream fervidly 充满激情地发出尖叫声
- scream frantically 狂热地发出尖叫声
- scream frequently 常常发出尖叫声
- scream instinctively 本能地发出尖叫声
- scream madly 疯狂地发出尖叫声
- scream mockingly 嘲笑地发出尖叫声
- scream piteously 可怜地发出尖叫声
- scream sheepishly 胆怯地发出尖叫声
- scream triumphantly 得意洋洋地发出尖叫声
- scream unconsciously 不自觉地发出尖叫声
- scream down 呼啸着灌入
- scream out 尖声发出
- scream through 呼啸地过
His wife..seeing her husband in these dangerous circumstances, uttered a dreadful scream.出自： Smollett
Frau Nowak's shrill scolding rose to a scream.出自： C. Isherwood
As the main body of demonstrators began to move away..screams of 'Fascist pigs' continued.出自：Times
She screamed for help.出自： Ld Macaulay
One child, who had lost her parents, screamed steadily and with increasing shrillness.出自： R. L. Stevenson
She screamed then, and Lennie's other hand closed over her mouth.出自： J. Steinbeck
Training and temperament kept Jacqueline smiling when she wanted to scream.出自： C. Easton
- scream在美式英语中可以直接接that从句; 但在英式英语中,则须是先接out,然后才能接that从句。
- scream, cry, exclaim, shout, shriek, yell
- 2.shout指大声说、大声叫或高喊,可表示喜、怒、哀、乐等各种表情; 也可表示提出警告或引起别人注意而大声叫嚷,多指男人的喊叫。例如:
- I can hear you all right, there is no need to shout.我听得见你说话,用不着喊。
- Why are you shouting?你为什么大喊大叫?
- Don't shout at me.不要对我叫喊。
- He cried with pain when the dentist pulled his tooth out.当牙医给他拔牙时,他疼得叫起来。
- They heard someone crying out for help.他们听到有人大声呼救。
- He cried the good news all over the village.他大声喊着把好消息告诉全村的人。
- He cried that he had found the key.他大声叫喊找到了钥匙。
- He cried her name in vain.他徒劳地叫着她的名字。
- He shrieked with pain.他痛得尖叫。
- I shrieked with terror.我吓得尖叫起来。
- She shrieked in alarm when she saw the mouse.她看见老鼠时惊恐地尖声喊叫起来。
- 5.yell常指求援、鼓励时的呼叫; 也可用来指由于精神错乱、激怒、恐惧、悲痛、高兴等原因而发出的可怕的、发音不清楚的叫声,多指男人的大嚷大叫。例如:
- She yelled out for help, but no one came.她高声呼救,但没有人来。
- We yelled together for our team.我们一起为我们的球队呐喊鼓劲。
- The company commander yelled out orders.连长大声地发出命令。
- He exclaimed how bitter his fate was.他叫喊道他的命运多悲惨啊。
- “What!”he exclaimed.“什么!”他喊道。
- They exclaimed against such oppression.他们大声疾呼反对这样的压迫。
- ☆ 12世纪晚期进入英语，直接源自古英语的screamen，意为尖叫。