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to repay; to refund; to compensate for a loss; to repay for an expense
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Meaning of yell #1 (permalink) Wed Jun 14, 2006 16:20 pm   Meaning of yell
 

Synonyms Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #124 "Synonyms for speak and shout", question 4

You don't have to ......... at me! I can hear you, I'm not deaf!

(a) shut up
(b) utter
(c) yell
(d) whisper

Synonyms Lesson, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #124 "Synonyms for speak and shout", answer 4

You don't have to yell at me! I can hear you, I'm not deaf!

Correct answer: (c) yell
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What does yell mean?

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To yell #2 (permalink) Wed Jun 14, 2006 18:35 pm   To yell
 

To yell means to should loudly. It can also be used as a noun.
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