1exclamarto exclaim at sth — (admiringly) prorrumpir en exclamaciones de admiración ante algo formal
- You may all exclaim in surprise and fall off your chairs.
- Her feet stumbled on rocks, and she kept following, afraid but unable to scream for help or to exclaim in surprise.
- Suddenly the door opened and a man burst in exclaiming: ‘Trescothick's gone first ball!’
- I wasn't screaming or shouting or exclaiming, just calmly saying the truth.
- But, of course, one exclaims, marvelling at the matter-of-factness of the statement.
- Peering through his telescope, a participant exclaims, ‘I can see an object as big as a cricket ball.’
- He exclaimed suddenly realizing he sounded a bit too pleased to see her.
- Danielle suddenly exclaimed, hurrying to the window to look out again.
- ‘This is real,’ he exclaims as he details the way in which he wants the party to get on-message.
- You appear to be someone who decries the town crier instead of the news he exclaims.
- ‘I think the producer did a fabulous job,’ he exclaims with satisfaction from his Kamloops home.
- Sam exclaimed in surprise as his friend stopped in front of us, catching his breath.
- Felix exclaims before standing and pulling me up with him suddenly.
- Clarissa suddenly exclaimed and ran around the corner, returning momentarily with a camera.
- He gets into the water, experimenting a little, until suddenly he gets it right and exclaims, ‘Aha, that's it!’
- Alonso exclaims in joy and Miranda is also surprised by the spectacle.
- I exclaim, although more out of surprise and distress than with anger.
- Robert exclaims: ‘James Brown said his band were number one but we were number two!’
- Lisa, the teacher, exclaims over each answer, scrawling it on a chalkboard at the front of the room.
- She steps inside the sculpture, listens and exclaims in delight as the wind resonates in the bottles and surrounds her with music.