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1 scream /ˈskriːm/ verb
screams; screamed; screaming
1 scream
/ˈskriːm/
verb
screams; screamed; screaming
Learner's definition of SCREAM
[no object] : to suddenly cry out in a loud and high voice because of pain, surprise, etc.
: to say (something) in a loud and high voice because you are angry, afraid, etc.
[no object]
[+ object]
often + out
[no object] : to make a very loud, high sound
always followed by an adverb or preposition, [no object] : to move very quickly through a place while making a lot of noise
[no object] : to speak, write, or express something in a way that shows intense or uncontrolled emotion
[+ object] : to bring (an idea, word, etc.) into your mind very clearly

scream bloody murder

(US) informal or British scream blue murder
: to scream, yell, or complain in a very loud or angry way

scream for

[phrasal verb]
scream for (something) informal
: to demand or need (something)
: to be very suitable or appropriate for (something)
2 scream /ˈskriːm/ noun
plural screams
2 scream
/ˈskriːm/
noun
plural screams
Learner's definition of SCREAM
[count] : a loud and high cry or sound often + of
[singular] informal + old-fashioned : a person or thing that is very funny
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