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  1. growl

    • IPA[ɡraʊl]

    英式

    • v.
      (of an animal, especially a dog) make a low guttural sound in the throat;(of a person) say something in a low grating voice, typically in a hostile or angry manner
    • n.
      a low guttural sound made in the throat by a hostile dog or other animal;a low guttural sound or utterance made by a person, especially to express hostility or anger
    • verb: growl, 3rd person present: growls, gerund or present participle: growling, past tense: growled, past participle: growled

    • noun: growl, plural noun: growls

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    • 1. a low guttural sound made in the throat by a hostile dog or other animal the bulldog lumbered to her feet with a threatening growl the growl of diesel engines
    • a low guttural sound or utterance made by a person, especially to express hostility or anger with a growl of fury, he tightened his grip