English to Tajik Meaning :: snarl

Snarl :
snarl
- snarlsnarledsnarlingsnarlssnarly
 

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Noun(1) a vicious angry growl(2) an angry vicious expression(3) something jumbled or confused
Verb(1) utter in an angry, sharp, or abrupt tone(2) make a snarling noise or move with a snarling noise(3) twist together or entwine into a confusing mass(4) make more complicated or confused through entanglements

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(1) It was the kind of fear I got when I heard two dogs snarl at each other just before they fought.(2) But then, curiously, he did not snarl contemptuously that they were wrong and that he had a sackful of lawyers to say so.(3) An owl hooted mysteriously, but was silenced by the sound of a low snarl followed by a thud.(4) the cat drew its mouth back in a snarl(5) A snarl sounded behind him, and Carl's body snapped backward.(6) Up ahead, a shepherd's dogs snarl , prompting one of our boatmen to tear into a bush and hand us branches for self-defense.(7) I used to snarl at anyone I disliked(8) He did try to chase cats he saw on his walks, but he didn't snarl at them, and he behaved himself fairly well in the veterinarian's waiting room.(9) For a moment, he seemed close to the edge, his expression contorting into a snarl of venomous hatred and barely-contained rage; but he made no physical move.(10) a snarl of rage(11) With a snarl of rage and perhaps also of fear the creature began to struggle against the steel clamps around his arms and feet.(12) ÔÇÿWell, being surly and snarly isn't a true sign of friendship where I come from,ÔÇÖ Jen crisply answered her.(13) His entire body swivels around and he advances menacingly like a stray dog snarling over a piece of meat.(14) The words were short and to the point, yet profoundly eloquent, spoken in a loud and snarly voice spiced with a few adjectives not appropriate for the ears of young stick-handlers.(15) One minute he's smiling and making jokes, then the next he's snarling coldly at someone.(16) Michael snarled and literally spat out the last word.
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Synonyms
Verb
1. growl ::
цуррос задан
2. say roughly ::
мегӯянд, тақрибан
3. tangle ::
tangle
4. complicate ::
мураккаб
5. snap ::
кўтоҳмуддати
6. embrangle ::
embrangle
7. mat ::
щолин
Noun
8. tangle ::
tangle
Different Forms
snarl, snarled, snarling, snarls, snarly, unsnarl, unsnarled, unsnarling, unsnarls
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