shout1 S2 W2
1 [intransitive and transitive]
to say something very loudly [↪ scream, yell]:
There's no need to shout! I can hear you!
I wish you'd stop shouting at the children.
'Watch out!' she shouted, as the car started to move.
shout something at somebody
He was shouting insults at the lorry driver.
shout something to somebody
'He's down here!' she shouted to Alison.
2 British English
to call out loudly [= scream American English]
Al shouted in pain.
to tell everyone about something because you want everyone to know about it
to write in capital leters in an email, which makes it look as if the writer is angry
shout somebody ↔ downphrasal verb
An older man tried to shout him down.
shout something ↔ outphrasal verb
Don't shout out the answer in class, put up your hand.