Synonyms of squeal in English:

squeal


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See UK English definition of squeal

See Spanish definition of chillar

noun

1‘they drew up with a squeal of brakes’

SYNONYMS
screech, scream, shriek, squawk, howl, cry, wail, squall, yawp, yelp, shrill

verb

1‘the taxi squealed to a halt’

SYNONYMS
screech, scream, shriek, squawk, howl, cry, wail, squall, yawp, yelp, shrill

2‘the bookies only squealed because we beat them’

SYNONYMS
complain, protest, object, express disapproval, raise objections, make a stand, take a stand, put up a fight, kick, take exception, grouse, grouch, grumble, whine, wail, moan, carp, squawk
Northern English mither, twine
informal kick up a fuss, kick up a stink, gripe, bellyache, bitch, beef
British informal whinge

3‘who squealed to the police?’

SYNONYMS
inform, inform against, inform on, act as an informer, tell tales, tell tales on, sneak, sneak on, report, give away, be disloyal, be disloyal to, sell out, stab in the back
informal rat, rat on, blow the whistle, blow the whistle on, peach, peach on, snitch, snitch on, put the finger on, sell down the river
British informal grass, grass on, split, split on, shop, stitch up
Scottish informal clype, clype on
North American informal rat out, finger, fink on, drop a dime on, drop the dime on
Australian informal pimp on, pool, put someone's pot on