- v. 用长而尖的声音说；发出长声尖叫；告密
- n. 长而尖的叫声
a high-pitched howl
utter a high-pitched cry, characteristic of pigs
confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure
- He squealed the words out.
- Ghosts did shriek and squeal about the streets.
- He squealed on his friends.
- The accountant says she's going to squeal on the manager for graft and embezzlement.
- He stopped with a squeal of brakes.
- The children gave a squeal of fright.
The bus slowed and halted, with a squeal of gears.出自： A. Lee
He was joking with the two boys on duty, sending them into squeals of laughter.出自： F. King
He squealed, as if something had stabbed him.出自： Tolkien
Advertisers are squealing about the cost of commercial TV.出自：Broadcast