Italian English Dictionary

italiano - English

urlare in English:

1. to shout to shout


There's no need to shout! I can hear you!
You don't need to shout.

2. scream scream


What a scream!
I'm so mad I want to scream and break everything!
I would scream very loudly if I saw a scorpion in my room.
That's right, that strange sound was the final death scream of the cooling fan.
Then, with a final, terrible scream, the monster flung itself off the mountain to its death on the rocks below.
Does a worm scream silently when a fisherman impales it on a hook?
It is natural for a child to scream in anger.
Scream it loud!
The accident happened so quickly that Bethany didn’t have time to scream.
All the passengers screamed when the plane started to fall out of the sky.
My dad screamed at us and our neighbour to get into the car.
Sturdier, more advanced models can cost thousands and scream high into the sky.
He screamed, ‘We’re going to crash!’
screaming babies. The baby has been screaming all day.
In this way a passing boat noticed them, thanks to Takeda's scream, and they survived without incident.

English word "urlare"(scream) occurs in sets:

Tunnel of Love (Dire Straits) - Testo Tradotto

3. yelling yelling


Tom and Mary were too busy yelling at each other to notice that I'd entered the room.
Some of the drivers were laughing and yelling.
I am hoarse from yelling so much.
Yelling about it won't help now. You should have done that when it counted.
Mary felt guilty about yelling at her daughter.
Why are you yelling?
He is yelling at me.

4. to shriek to shriek


I always close my eyes, when a little girl in a horror movie starts to shriek.

English word "urlare"(to shriek) occurs in sets:

CAE 376 - 400

5. yell up yell up