squeal

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1 squeal /ˈskwiːl/ verb
squeals; squealed; squealing
1 squeal
/ˈskwiːl/
verb
squeals; squealed; squealing
Learner's definition of SQUEAL
: to make or cause (something) to make a long, high-pitched cry or noise
[no object]
often + with or in
[+ object]
[no object] informal + disapproving : to tell someone in authority (such as the police or a teacher) about something wrong that someone has done
[+ object] : to say (something) in a high and excited voice

— squealer

noun, plural squealers informal + disapproving [count]
2 squeal /ˈskwiːl/ noun
plural squeals
2 squeal
/ˈskwiːl/
noun
plural squeals
Learner's definition of SQUEAL
[count]
: a long, high-pitched cry or noise often + of
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