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yellverb

  • ja叫び声を上げる、大声で叫ぶ
  • ento cry out, speak loudly, or shout, which may be caused by pain, fright, shock, etc.

Examples

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Well, we're not going very fast.
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I know.
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Maybe it'll seem faster if we both yell "Wee!"
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We can give it a shot.
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Wee!
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At 11:55 AM, Captain Holt walked past us holding a hot bowl of soup.
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At 12:03 PM, I heard him yell.
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Ouch!
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- I don't have 10 minutes. - What?
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- Sophie, does she have 10 minutes? - Hey, Ross, I told you, I don't!
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Don't yell at me, okay?
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This is the most I've seen you all week.
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- I'm not tired. - But you were dragging your feet.
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- You are so infuriating. - Please stop yelling.
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I'm not yelling.
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Move over to the second case.
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Smash! Bracelets.
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But then we hear sound and..?
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I yell, "*Speaking French.*"
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- You seeing that? - Yes!
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- You seeing that? - Yes!
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Sorry for yelling.