squawk în Italiană
v. emettere strida rauche; (fam) lamentarsi ad alta voce, strillare
AS THE BIRDS began to squawk-that is, a good while before the break of dawn-he got up and finished his task.
Beneath the dash, a two-way radio squawked once, briefly, and fell silent.
He tries to cry out, but his shocked, flattened lungs can produce only a single dismayed squawk.
It came through faint and electronic, just a faraway squawk from the earpiece.
Its cries of pain joined the squawking of the amplifiers, until the music finally began to stumble...
She fell to the needle-carpeted path with a squawk of surprised outrage.
Squawking by radio had proved singularly effective, due largely to an automatic record of the squawk.
The fiddler squawked his bow across the strings.
We squawk and then keep a miserly peace, the kind with gimlet eyes and a tucked-down mouth.
And since Gavin hates you maybe even more than you hate him, he was more than happy to squawk.