give someone a shout

give someone a shout
informal
call on or get in touch with someone.
shout

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  • give someone a shout — spoken phrase to go and tell someone something Give me a shout when it’s ready. Thesaurus: to tell someone something, or to give informationsynonym Main entry: shout * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • give someone a shout — ► give someone a shout informal call on or get in touch with someone. Main Entry: ↑shout …   English terms dictionary

  • give someone a shout — spoken to go and tell someone something Give me a shout when it s ready …   English dictionary

  • give someone the bird — phrase mainly american informal to hold up your middle finger as a very rude sign Thesaurus: to use a particular gesture to communicate somethinghyponym Main entry: bird * * * see flip someone the bird * * * gi …   Useful english dictionary

  • give someone a mouthful — informal phrase to speak to someone in a rude way When I asked her politely to move, she gave me a mouthful. Thesaurus: to insult or offend someonesynonym Main entry: mouthful * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • shout — ► VERB 1) speak or call out very loudly. 2) (shout at) reprimand loudly. 3) (shout down) prevent (someone) from speaking or being heard by shouting. 4) Austral./NZ informal treat (someone) to (something, especially a drink). ► NOUN …   English terms dictionary

  • give a shout — give (someone) a shout informal : to tell (someone) about something when it happens or is ready to be done I ll give you a shout when it s time to leave. • • • Main Entry: ↑shout …   Useful english dictionary

  • shout — shout1 [ ʃaut ] verb intransitive or transitive *** to say something in a loud voice: He was one of those speakers who shout into the microphone. shout at the top of your voice (=as loudly as you can): I want to go now, Danny shouted at the top… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • shout — I UK [ʃaʊt] / US verb Word forms shout : present tense I/you/we/they shout he/she/it shouts present participle shouting past tense shouted past participle shouted *** 1) [intransitive/transitive] to say something in a loud voice Stop! he shouted …   English dictionary

  • shout — verb 1》 speak or call out very loudly.     ↘(shout at) reprimand loudly.     ↘(shout someone down) prevent someone from speaking or being heard by shouting. 2》 Austral./NZ informal treat (someone) to (something, especially a drink). noun 1》 a… …   English new terms dictionary

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