07393161-n 'a high-pitched noise resembling a human cry';
Catalan grinyol , xerric
English scream1 () , shriek1 () , screech1 ( ) , screeching1 () , screaming () , shrieking
Farsi صدای بلند , جیغ
Finnish rääkäisy , huuto , kirskunta , kiljahdus , kiljunta
French crier
Hebrew !צְוָחָה
Indonesian teriakan , jerit , jeritan , pekikan , tempikan
Italian stridio , strido , urlo , stridore , dirugginio , urlio
Japanese 呼び声
Lithuanian kryksmas , klyksmas , žviegimas
Dutch schreeuw
Romanian țipăt , strigăt
Slovak škripot , jačanie
Slovene krik , vreščanje
Malaysian teriakan , jerit , jeritan , tempikan
Definitions
Italian
urlo prolungato e confuso spec. di molte persone o di molti animali insieme
Japanese
人の叫びに似たかん高い音 ― 彼は弾丸の鋭い音に身をかがめた; 彼は、ブレーキの甲高い音を聞いた
Romanian
zgomot sau sunet ascuțit, strident care se produce prin frecare, deplasare, apăsare etc. : scârțâială, scârțâitură. F Sunet sau serie de sunete stridente scoase de un instrumentist fără talent care cântă la un instrument cu coarde
English
a high-pitched noise resembling a human cry ― he ducked at the screechings of shells; he heard the scream of the brakes
Relations
Hypernym: noise
Semantic Field: eventn
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ RadiatingSound

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