scream at (v.+prep.)
大叫大嚷; 责备 cry out loudly on a high note
scream at sb
He screamed at the children for making noise.
scream sth at sb
She screamed abuse at me.
scream down (v.+adv.)
呼啸着灌入 (of the wind, machine) make a loud, shrill noise down sth
scream sth ? down
The wind screamed down the chimney.
scream for (v.+prep.)
为了…尖声地叫喊 make a loud, sharp cry for sth
scream for sth
She screamed for help when she saw the robber.
The schools are screaming for federal aid.
scream in (v.+prep.)
在…中喊叫 say or express in sudden loud cry in sth
scream in sth
She screamed in anger.
scream sth in sth
The foreman screamed his instructions in the noise.
scream out (v.+adv.)
尖声发出; 宣传 say in a loud, high voice; declare
scream sth ? out
He screamed out a warning.
The newspapers screamed out the news in large letters.
scream out that-clause
She screamed out that she had lost her passport.
scream through (v.+prep.)
(风)呼啸地过… (wind) make a sharp noise through sth
scream through sth
The wind screamed through the trees.
scream to (v.+prep.)
对…高声说 cry out loudly on a high note to sb/sth
scream sth to sb
She screamed a few words to me.
scream with (v.+prep.)
因…而大喊大叫 cry out loudly on a high note,(as in fear, pain, great excitement of anger or sometimes laughter)
scream with sth
The little boy fell down from a chair and started screaming with pain.
The fans screamed with excitement when they saw him.
We all screamed with laughter.