shoutverb

  • ja叫ぶ、…を大声で言う
  • ento say something very loudly or to make a sudden, loud cry

Examples

PLAY
4:20 / --:--
Mute
1.
I don't want you to be hurt.
2.
I'll be hurt either way.
3.
Isn't it better to be who I am?
4.
I told you to wait!
5.
I just shouted at that man.
6.
Yeah.
7.
Yeah, you did.
8.
Maybe I am learning from my brave son.
PLAY
0:07 / --:--
Mute
1.
I twitch and shout a lot.
2.
If!
3.
Makes me look like a damn freak show.
4.
Can’t you ever cut that out?
5.
I’m so— Touch it, Baily! I’m sorry.
6.
But inside my head's an even bigger mess.
7.
I can’t stop twisting things around.
8.
Words and sounds especially.
9.
Have to keep playing with them until they come out right.
PLAY
2:20 / --:--
Mute
1.
Why did you shout at this boy?
2.
I had good reason, Your Honor.
3.
That delinquent and his nasty little friends threw eggs at my house, lots of eggs.
4.
Everywhere was goo!
5.
Is this true?
6.
Yeah, I egged the dude's house.
PLAY
9:20 / --:--
Mute
1.
Do not shout at me. I am the queen.
2.
Then, for once, act like one.
PLAY
0:01 / --:--
Mute
1.
The score is 9 to 8 in favor of the guys.
2.
Ladies, if you miss this, the game is theirs.
3.
Pick your category.
4.
"It's All Relative!"
5.
You don't have to shout everything.
6.
I'm sorry!
PLAY
1:42 / --:--
Mute
1.
- I just think it's for the best— - Tom, you need to shut up.
2.
This is the time to get your conscience out and shout,
3.
"Hey, look at me, I cannot tell a lie.
4.
I'm a good little boy. Look at my ding-dong."