cry en Español

Pronunciación
s. grito, aullido, clamor; llanto, lamento, vagido
v. llorar, derramar lágrimas, lagrimar, lloriquear, sollozar; gritar, clamar

Ejemplos

He cried justice for their affected relatives.
Clamó justicia para sus familiares afectados.
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He gave a cry of joy.
Soltó un grito de alegría.
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“Because she started to annoy me when I was washing up, and then they dropped,” cried Ruth, in her defence.
“Porque ella empezó a molestarme cuando los estaba lavando y entonces se me cayeron,” exclamó Ruth en su defensa.
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The girl seems to cry a lot.
La muchacha parece llorar mucho.
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The baby cried all night.
El bebé lloró toda la noche.
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She cried throughout the night.
Ella lloró toda la noche.
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"Look at the alchemic glass, " he cried; "something glows in the crucible, pure and heavy." He lifted it with a trembling hand, and exclaimed in a voice of agitation, "Gold! gold!"
"Mira el vaso alquímico", exclamó; "algo puro y pesado está brillando en el crisol." Con mano temblorosa lo levantó y exclamó emocionado: "¡Oro, oro!"
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"Witches don't cry, " she whispered softly.
"Las brujas no lloran", Susurró en voz baja.
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A child is crying somewhere.
En alguna parte un niño está llorando.
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A girl stood there crying.
Una niña estaba parada ahí llorando.
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Sinónimos

1. clamour: expletive, exclamation, outcry
2. scream: bellow, roar, screech, shout, shriek, wail, whoop
3. entreaty: appeal
4. announcement: proclamation
5. lament: lamentation, weeping, tears
6. weeping: howl, yowl, bawl, sob
7. weep: whine, bawl, snivel, bemoan, moan, bewail, blubber
8. shout: screech, bellow, call, clamour, ejaculate, exclaim, roar



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