Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Exclamation"

The meaning of "Exclamation" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does sorted (<span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span>) mean?
A: Sorted! means All done! or All fixed! or All ready!
Q: What does an <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span> "Burn!" as a response in a conversation mean?
A: A burn is a witty insult. "Burn!" or "Sick burn!" is praising someone else's witty insult.

Synonyms of "Exclamation" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span> and yell and scream and shout ?
A: They are all close in meaning but below is an example of them all.


"Hey!" She exclaimed as a rude man almost knocked her over as he ran past her, to catched the train. "Excuse you!" She shouted after him, and as she did she was hit a second time and screamed as she fell hard on her hip. From the ground she yelled angrily at the man who had shoved her to the ground as he race to the train that was about to leave.
Q: What is the difference between <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span> and interjection ?
A: <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span>: a sudden cry or remark, especially expressing surprise, anger, or pain.

interjection: an abrupt remark, made especially as an aside or interruption


you can sort of describe an interjection with <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span>.

picture two women talking about the band green day come to their town.

A third lady over heard their conversation and excitedly exclaimed "I can't wait to see them. they are my favorite band."
After the lady calmed down she apologized for her interjection.

Translations of "Exclamation"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span>
<span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span>
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span>
A: ecs • clam • mei • shon
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span>

Other questions about "Exclamation"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span> marks.
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Q: About <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamation</span>. When I , for example, dash my toes against something, If I say 'Shit!', Do english-speaking people find it like abuse? And what about 'Gosh'? One more thing, In that situation, If I say ...
A: You can say "Ah" it is not really a word but people say it a lot. Or "Ouch" which has no actual meaning, but people say this when something aches or stings. Or "Ow" which is short for ouch.

English speakers say "ow" the most. And they usually say it repeatedly and emphasize it if the pain is strong. Like "ow ow ow owww!"
Q: Just as I thought!
I thought as much!
(as <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamations</span>, what is the difference between them?)
A: I say "typical" more when I'm cursing myself for not expecting something that I should have because it occurs commonly. Weather is a good one, but especially when someone in front of me on the highway drives into my lane suddenly or if a friends who is known for not keeping promises breaks one he made to me.

Yes, you can absolutely use those and sound fluent. Very normal. "figures" is probably a little more common than "naturally," but both are common
Q: I thought as much!
Just as I thought!

as <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamations</span>, can somebody explain the difference between the two, if any?(meaning, connotation, situational usage, formality, which one is more common...)
A: @overrunie Indeed, you are correct. I feel like you’re smarter than me now to be honest...
Q: Which <span class="dictionary_keyword">exclamations</span> are commonly used in conversational English and what do they mean? Thank you!
A: That's very hard to answer, because there are so many. Try searching in Google for a list of English interjections.

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