Spanish Dictionary

Translation of gritar

gritar      to shout     
gritar     to shout    ; to scream    ; to cry out
gritar     to holler [coll]; to squeal    

Pronunciation of gritar    

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Sample sentences:
El niño gritó de miedo cuando vio la enorme jeringa de la vacuna.

The boy screamed with fear when he saw the huge syringe of vaccine.
Ella siempre grita cuando ve una cucaracha, y aquí hay muchas. She always screams when she sees a cockroach, and there are a lot here.
Todos gritaron 'hurra' con entusiasmo cuando su equipo ganó el partido de fútbol. They all shouted 'hooray' enthusiastically as their team won the football match.
gritar to cry, call out
gritar to scream
gritar to shut

He wants us to think about his poem to recognize the details because that is the only way of finding out more about the reality of life. With a lot of observation and analysis we see it in a clearer way.
Certainly, in a healthy mind, these feelings should not arise from bad thoughts. Not only the thought but also the reaction which arises and develops from this thinking is racism. Do you understand?
I packed my belongings and went looking for my friend. I informed her about the situation and we left the island together. On the ferry she told me about the different travel options that I would have.
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Spanish VerbsPresentPast IIIFuture
Conjugation of gritar
grito  gritas  grita  gritamos  gritáis  gritan  gritaba  gritabas  gritaba  gritábamos  gritabais  gritaban  grité  gritaste  gritó  gritamos  gritasteis  gritaron  gritaré  gritarás  gritará  gritaremos  gritaréis  gritarán 
English Verbs    
Conjugation of scream   [ screamed, screamed ]
Conjugation of shout   [ shouted, shouted ]