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  • 1 cry out to be — ( ● cry …

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  • 2 cry out — verb utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy (Freq. 10) I won! he exclaimed Help! she cried I m here, the mother shouted when she saw her child looking lost • Syn: ↑exclaim, ↑cry, ↑outcry, ↑ …

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  • 3 cry out — v. 1) (d; intr.) ( to appeal ) to cry out against; for (to cry out against injustice; to cry out for equal rights) 2) (d; intr., tr.) ( to shout ) to cry out to (he cried out to us to stop) * * * [ kraɪ aʊt] for (to cry out against injustice; to… …

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  • 4 cry out — phrasal verb Word forms cry out : present tense I/you/we/they cry out he/she/it cries out present participle crying out past tense cried out past participle cried out 1) [intransitive] to make a loud noise because you are in pain or because you… …

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  • 5 cry out — PHRASAL VERB If you cry out, you call out loudly because you are frightened, unhappy, or in pain. → See also cry 2) [V P in n] He was crying out in pain on the ground when the ambulance arrived... [V P] Hart cried out as his head struck rock …

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  • 6 cry out — verb To shout in a loud voice, due to pain, or fear, or unhappiness. 1979, See Also: cry out against, cry out for …

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  • 7 cry out — phr verb Cry out is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑voice …

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  • 8 cry\ out — v 1. To call out loudly; shout; scream. The woman in the water cried out Help! 2. To complain loudly; protest strongly. Used with against . Many people are crying out against the new rule. See: cry over spilled milk …

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  • 9 cry out — {v.} 1. To call out loudly; shout; scream. * /The woman in the water cried out Help! / 2. To complain loudly; protest strongly. Used with against . * /Many people are crying out against the new rule./ …

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  • 10 cry out — {v.} 1. To call out loudly; shout; scream. * /The woman in the water cried out Help! / 2. To complain loudly; protest strongly. Used with against . * /Many people are crying out against the new rule./ …

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  • 11 cry out — shout out so as to receive aid …

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  • 12 ˌcry ˈout — phrasal verb to make a loud noise because you are in pain or because you are afraid or shocked The girl cried out in alarm.[/ex] …

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  • 13 cry out — Exclaim, clamor …

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  • 14 cry cry out something — ˌcry ˈout/ˌcry ˈout sth derived to shout sth loudly • She cried out for help. • She cried out his name. • + speech ‘Help!’ he cried out. Main entry: ↑cry …

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  • 15 cry out out something — ˌcry ˈout/ˌcry ˈout sth derived to shout sth loudly • She cried out for help. • She cried out his name. • + speech ‘Help!’ he cried out. Main entry: ↑cry …

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  • 16 cry\ out\ for — • cry (out) for v informal To need badly; be lacking in. It has not rained for two weeks and the garden is crying for it. The school is crying out for good teachers …

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  • 17 cry out for something — cry out for (something) to need something badly. The conflict cries out for international action to resolve it …

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  • 18 cry out for — (something) to need something badly. The conflict cries out for international action to resolve it …

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  • 19 cry out for something — ˌcry ˈout for sth derived (usually used in the progressive tenses) to need sth very much • The company is crying out for fresh new talent. Main entry: ↑cryderived …

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  • 20 cry out against — index challenge, decry, demonstrate (protest), denounce (condemn), except (object), inveigh …

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