hoot in Inglese
v. make a sound like the cry of an owl; shout, yell (in disapproval); sound a horn, blow a whistle (British)
Frasi Di Esempio
A log topples over in the stove, an owl hoots outside.
Grass disappeared from the sides and was replaced by cinder; goods trains whistled and signalmen hooted.
Hoot once for yes, twice for no, I thought.
'Hoot, hoot,' said Alan, looking mighty silly.
From far upstream came a strange sound, a kind of mindless hooting that was almost like laughter.
'Hoots!' said Alan, 'ye must take the sour with the sweet, man.
I could hear an owl hooting in the distance.
She clenched her fists and hooted in frustration.
The farmers hooted their accord and bounded away, and Roddy pulled back the chains and turned his dogs aside.
The monkeys leaped higher up the walls. They clung around the necks of the big stone idols and shrieked as they skipped along the battlements, while Mowgli, dancing in the summerhouse, put his eye to the screenwork and hooted owl-fashion between his front teeth, to show his derision and contempt.
1. cry out: cry, howl, shout, boo, bawl, yelp, wail
2. derisive sound: boo, whoop, bronx cheer, hiss, catcall