- vi. 呼喊；喊叫；大声说
- vt. 呼喊；大声说
- n. 呼喊；呼叫
CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
1.谐音“哮他” --- 对他咆哮。
- shout:  The origins of shout are disputed. One school of thought traces it back to the prehistoric Germanic base *skeut-, *skaut-, *skut- ‘project’ (source of English sheet and shoot), as if its etymological meaning were ‘throw one’s voice out forcibly’, while another views it as a borrowing from Old Norse skúta ‘taunt’, which may be a distant relative of Greek kudázein ‘abuse’.
- shout (v.)
- c. 1300, schowten "to call or cry out loudly," of unknown origin; perhaps from the root of shoot (v.) on the notion of "throw the voice out loudly," or related to Old Norse skuta "a taunt" (compare scout (v.2)). Related: Shouted; shouting.
- shout (n.)
- late 14c., from shout (v.).
- 1. Yours truly was awoken by a shout: "Ahoy there!"
- 2. The driver managed to escape from the vehicle and shout a warning.
- 3. A small group of youths stayed behind to heckle and shout abuse.
- 4. Tosh was known to be a man who would cuss and shout.
- 5. There were scuffles when UDF hecklers began to shout down the speakers.
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