English → English - roar

Pronunciation
n. loud deep cry resembling that of a lion; loud burst of sound
v. make a deep loud cry like that of a lion; produce a loud low sound, rumble, thunder; laugh loudly

English → Spanish - roar

Pronunciation
s. rugido, bramido, mugido, ronquido; estruendo, explosión, fragor, gran ruido
v. rugir, bramar, himplar, roncar; atronar; gemir

English → French - roar

Pronunciation
n. hurlement, rugissement; mugissement, grondement
v. hurler, rugir; mugir, gronder;

English → German - roar

Pronunciation
n. Tosen
v. tosen

English → Indonesian - roar

Pronunciation
n. deru, derau, bunyi yg gemeruh, bunyi nyaring, bunyi keras, aum, raung, raungan, kuak, suara meraung
v. mengaum, meraung, menguak, menderam, mendentum, menderu, menderu-deru, membentak

English → Italian - roar

Pronunciation
s. ruggito; urlo, grido; fracasso, fragore, strepito, frastuono
v. ruggire, emettere un ruggito; urlare, gridare, strepitare; filare rombando; rumoreggiare

English → Polish - roar

Pronunciation
n. ryk, poryk, huk, trzask, grzmot, wrzask
v. ryczeć, poryczeć, zaryczeć, wyć, huczeć, grzmieć, grzmotnąć, zagrzmieć, szumieć, trąbić, wrzasnąć, wydzierać się, ryknąć, huknąć

English → Portuguese - roar

Pronunciation
s. rugido, urro
v. rugir, urrar

English → Romanian - roar

Pronunciation
n. urlet, strigăt, ţipăt, detunătură, glas, bubuit, hohot: hohote, muget, răcnet, răget, sfârâit, vociferare, vuiet
v. urla, zbiera, striga, ţipa, bubui, dudui, mugi, trăsni, hohoti, râde cu hohote, vocifera, vui, rage, sfârâi, gâfâi, fremăta, fierbe, forăi, clocoti, răcni

English → Russian - roar

Pronunciation
с. рев, рык; шум, раскат; хохот
г. реветь, взреветь, рычать, рыкать, орать, вопить, проорать, прокричать, храпеть

English → Turkish - roar

Pronunciation
f. kükremek, gürlemek, uğuldamak, haykırmak, bağırmak, hırıltılı solumak (at), bağıra çağıra söylemek
i. kükreme, gürleme, uğultu, uğuldama, gürültü

English → Ukrainian - roar

Pronunciation
n. рев, гуркіт, регіт, лемент
v. ревти, шуміти, лементувати, клекотіти, мукати, нагудіти, рикати, ричати

English → Dutch - roar

Pronunciation
zn. gebrul
ww. brullen

English → Greek - roar

Pronunciation
ουσ. βρυχηθμός, βοή
ρήμ. βρυχώμαι, μουγγρίζω

English → Arabic - roar

Pronunciation
‏جلبة، ضجة، خوار، زئير، هدير، عجيج، دوي، جلبة متواصلة، قهقهة، شخير، أزيز‏
‏هدر، زأر، جعجع، تنفس تنفسا صائتا، قهقه، صخب، صاح بأعلى صوت، أز، خار، بقاح الفيل، عج‏

English → Chinese - roar

Pronunciation
(名) 吼, 轰鸣, 咆哮
(动) 吼, 叫喊, 大声说出; 呼喊, 使轰鸣

English → Chinese - roar

Pronunciation
(名) 吼, 轟鳴, 咆哮
(動) 吼, 叫喊, 大聲說出; 呼喊, 使轟鳴

English → Hindi - roar

Pronunciation
n. जंगली पशु की गरज, चिल्लाहट, चीख़, गर्जन, गाज
v. गरजना, गर्जन करना, चिल्लाकर बोलना

English → Japanese - roar

Pronunciation
(動) ほえる; 大声を出す; 怒鳴る, がなる
(名) ほえ声; どよめき; どなり声; とどろき

English → Korean - roar

Pronunciation
명. 사자의 울음소리와 같은 으르렁 거리는 소리; 큰소리의 포효
동. 으르렁거리다, 사자와 같은 소리를 내다; 으르렁거리는 소리를 내다; 큰소리로 웃다

English → Vietnamese - roar

Pronunciation
n. tiếng kêu la, tiếng gầm thét, tiếng ầm ầm
v. kêu la, la hét, gầm thét, thở khò khè, vổ ầm ầm, nói cười lớn tiếng

Definition of roar

Pronunciation
Verb
1. To make a loud, deep cry, especially from pain, anger, or other strong emotion.
2. To laugh in a particularly loud manner.
The audience roared at his jokes.
3. Of animals (especially the lion), to make a loud deep noise.
The lioness roared to scare off the hyenas.
4. Generally, of inanimate objects etc., to make a loud resounding noise.
5. To proceed vigorously.
6. To cry aloud; to proclaim loudly.
7. To be boisterous; to be disorderly.
8. To make a loud noise in breathing, as horses do when they have a certain disease.
Noun
9. A long, loud, deep shout made with the mouth wide open.
10. The cry of the lion.
11. The deep cry of the bull.
12. A loud resounding noise.
The roar of a motorbike
13. A show of strength or character.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: roaring
Present: roar (3.person: roars)
Past: roared
Future: will roar
Present conditional: would roar
Present Perfect: have roared (3.person: has roared)
Past Perfect: had roared
Future Perfect: will have roared
Past conditional: would have roared
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