1. I
you don't have to shout, I can hear you нечего вам кричать, я вас слышу; stop shouting перестаньте кричать; the children ran shouting дети бежали с криком
2. II
shout in some manner shout loudly (wildly, noisily, furiously, hoarsely, desperately, angrily, derisively, impatiently, triumphantly, enthusiastically, etc.) громко и т.д. кричать /орать/
3. III
shout smth. shout smb.'s name выкрикнуть чье-л. имя; shout one's disapproval (one's approbation, one's assent, one's defiance, etc.) криками /громко, шумно/ выражать свое неодобрение и т.д.; shout a warning криком предупредить [об опасности]; shout an insult выкрикивать оскорбления; shout one's orders громко отдавать распоряжение /команду/; the demonstrators shouted slogans демонстранты выкрикивали лозунги
4. VII
shout to /for/ smb. to do smth. shout to /for/ him to come (to /for/ me to stop, etc.) кричать ему, чтобы он подошел и т.д.; shout for smth. to be done shout for the work to be finished (for the room to be cleaned, etc.) кричать, чтобы кончили работу и т.д.
shout to do smth. he shouted to attract attention он крикнул, чтобы привлечь внимание
6. XVI
1) shout to smb. he shouted to me and warned me of the danger он крикнул мне и предупредил об опасности; shout at smb. please, don't shout at me пожалуйста, не кричите на меня /не повышайте на меня голос/; who are you shouting at? на кого это вы кричите?; shout with (in) smth. shout with pain (with anger, with delight, with joy, etc.) кричать от боли и т.д.; shout with laughter громко смеяться; shout in anger кричать от злости || shout at the top of one's voice /at the top of one's lungs/ кричать во весь голос
2) shout for smb. shout for the servant (for Tom, etc.) крикнуть слуге и т.д., позвать слугу и т.д.; shout for smth. shout for help (for assistance) громко позвать на помощь и т.д. /взывать о помощи и т.д./; shout for water кричать, чтобы дали воды
shout oneself to some state shout oneself hoarse (blue in the face) кричать /накричаться/ до хрипоты (до посинения)
8. XIX2
|| shout like mad орать как сумасшедший
9. XXV
shout that... shout that everything is all right (that they had gone, etc.) крикнуть, что все в порядке и т.д. abs "Go back", he shouted "Отойдите",закричал он; somebody shouted "Fire" кто-то крикнул "Пожар"

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