Translation of yowl in Spanish:

yowl

dar alaridos, v.

Pronunciation /jaʊl/

See Spanish definition of alarido

intransitive verb

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    (person) dar alaridos
    (dog) aullar
    (cat) maullar
    • Several times a day she comes along moaning and yowling.
    • I often hear them at night scampering about, shrieking and yowling.
    • Right now the cat next door is yowling to be let in.
    • Then a cat started yowling under my window, and soon another one joined in.
    • Is it possible that I can actually hear foxes yowling?
    • Typically, he yowled all the way to the surgery, then flirted outrageously with the vet,.
    • I don't know how many times during the day she yowled to be let out to test it, give it a thump and come back in, glaring at me.
    • Dolly insisted on going out for a little while, and yowled at the door until I opened it.
    • Along she came to see what was up, plodded over to the kitchen door all bleary eyed, and yowled to be let out.
    • They were very handsome big cats, always lazy except when Minet would yowl for a night or two of freedom.
    • Kemi chased the butterflies until they flew away, and then she yowled for more playthings.
    • Whitney yowled and pounced gleefully into the mess, her tail twitching excitedly.
    • I walk into the upstairs hallway, tripping over our cat, Milo, who yowls in protest.
    • He or she may bark or yowl in a vain attempt to get you to just as miraculously reappear.
    • There was more arguing, yowling, then the sheets were pulled off and I gasped at the shock of the cold air against my skin.
    • Officers were strutting around before their troops, waving swords and yowling, psyching them up.
    • Thraest yowled, hands flying up to his face as he reeled back.
    • Switchblade yowled in protest and dug his claws into the seat.
    • He stood panting hard, then yowled and drew his sword, wielding it like a bat as he swung.
    • The panther and cat yowled their fury but the ends of the vines sunk roots for themselves and were immovable.

noun

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    (of person) alarido masculine
    (de dolor) (of person) grito masculine
    (of dog) aullido masculine
    (of cat) maullido masculine
    • Muffled cries and yells could now be heard, along with a yowl of pain.
    • Olympia yet out a yowl of pain, and the tried to bite at his face.
    • I dropped my heavy backpack on his foot, effectively earning a yowl of pain.
    • Cale let out a yowl of pain that the coyotes in Arizona could hear and envy.
    • He stared wide eyed at the creatures before him, his last yowl of pain being cut short.
    • John yowls in pain and spins around with a backfist without even looking.
    • Sure, coyotes howled during the night, their yips and yowls bouncing off the mountains and across the valley.
    • Vicki gave a loud yowl and everyone else stared at us.
    • His body fell into a light spasm as the pain set up, ripping a yowl from his possibly broken jaw.
    • Shrieking yowls rang through the cold trees behind me, unearthly and terrifying, and that fear was all that dragged me to my feet again.
    • There would have been some yowls of agony, and that would have been that.
    • You could hear the yowls all the way to Texas.
    • Those yowls only mingled with the cries of their competitors, the noises from animals and carts and other traffic.
    • Misti jumped from his shoulders with a yowl as he fell into Ryan.
    • He let out a little yowl and looked at me like he'd seen a ghost.
    • She graced me with a yowl, which I took, mistakenly, to mean general agreement.
    • From the adjacent room came the sudden sound of running water and an insulted yowl.
    • All I got for my concern was a glare but not long afterwards a great yowl came at the door as she demanded entrance.
    • He let out a muffled yowl as he landed face-first on top of Mike, who was still on the floor.
    • I screech, and Aryan, who was napping at the foot of my bed, bolts up, yowls unhappily at me, and stampedes down the hall.