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

The meaning of "Yell" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does yell and retard mean?
A: Yell means Shouting. retard means mad
Q: What does yell mean?
A: To tell something in a loud manner/voice.

Hope this helps. :D
Q: What does yelled mean?
A: Past tense of yell.

It means you screamed at someone.
Q: What does I'm yelling? mean?
A: it means you yourself are letting out a loud noise, raising your voice.
Q: What does yelling mean?
A: @smell12: Gritaria, gritar

Example sentences using "Yell"

Q: Please show me example sentences with yell.
A: "Don't yell at me"
"I hate when my sister yells at me"
"I'm yelling cause i feel like it" xD
Q: Please show me example sentences with yell.
A: Don't (Yell) at me
Stop (yelling)
You don't have to (yell)
I hate it when you (yell)
Jake (yelled) at sally
Why are you (yelling)
Don't (yell)
Q: Please show me example sentences with to yell.
A: Don't yell at me.
Please don't yell at them, they're just kids.
If you yell, you'll hurt your throat.
You usually yell to express anger or frustration.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to yell .
A: She had to yell at her son to get his attention.
He didn't want to yell from across the room.
That old man had to yell at those damn kids for playing on his lawn.

Synonyms of "Yell" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between yell, scream, shout, cry, and weil ?
A: They are all synonyms, but for example, "yell" is often used when people are having an argument "The young couple were yelling at each other."

To scream is stronger than yell, and is used in more extreme circumstances "I hate you! She screamed as she slammed the door."

To shout is shorter than to yell or to scream, and I guess a little less emphatic than the first two words "You don't know the answer either! He shouted to his friend."

Wail is the word you're looking for, and I think I've only ever seen it in written language. In regular speech you're must more likely to hear the first three words. This word is used for sorrow or mourning, "The young mother wailed at the news that her husband had been killed in the war."
Q: What is the difference between yelled and shouted ?
A: There's not much of a difference. They have the same meaning.
Q: What is the difference between yell and shout and scream ?
A: Normally you 'shout' to make yourself heard eg. above traffic noise or in a disco or in a noisy room. 'To yell' is fairly similar but maybe more intense....a bit louder than shout. 'To scream' a scream is triggered usually by an emotion/ a spider runs up your arm, you see a ghost, a dog bites you, you are freightened by something/someone, you are suprised. It depends on the context in which the words are being used. If you need any more help, just ask me and I'll give you more examples OK?
Q: What is the difference between yell and scream ?
A: Yell: used usually in anger- she was yelling at me, because of my bad grades.
Shout: can be angry or positive- "Jonny!" she shouted above the din.
Scream: usually used in fear- when the light went off, she started screaming.
Q: What is the difference between yell and holler ?
A: Yell and holler can mean the same action, but yelling can have a negative connotation (eg getting angry with someone/something). Holler isn't commonly used, but when it is it's used in a more friendly way. (Eg saying something loudly for fun, or calling out to a friend.)

Translations of "Yell"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Can I say: 1. I would never yell at you 2. try not to yell at her 3. It's not right to yell at women 4. Nobody has the right to yell at women
A: everything correct ! 🤓
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Before you yell me
Before you yell at me
A: It's "Before you yell AT me".
"Before you yell me” would mean that you are what is being done. In other words, you would literally be what is being yelled. It's not the proper translation and it doesn't make sense. Hope that helps.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? yell
A: Thanks for your help.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? he yells to her "what's up"
She ignores him .
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What's the different between yell loud voice and yell with loud voice?
A: Neither are correct it should be "yell with a loud voice "

Other questions about "Yell"

Q: A yell of the girl spread through the air. does this sound natural?
A: Perhaps 'the girl's yell spread through the air' or 'the girl's scream echoed through the air' would be better
Q: How come did you suddenly yell? What's wrong!?

It might be high time that I disposed of these old machines.
does this sound natural?
A: How come you suddenly yelled?
Q: - Why did you yell at me? - All I wanted is for you to wash your hands when you got inside. Where did I go wrong? Why are so pissed? (Correct me pls)
A: It's correct. And the language is very colloquial!
Q: A: He still continued to yell at me.
B: He still kept to yell at me. does this sound natural?
A: He still kept yelling at me.
Q: This would be a very polite thing to yell when you experience extreme physical pain. Many of us probably wouldn’t be that polite. We would probably yell something quite different.
A: 僕の日本語はあまり良くないですが、訳してみます。


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