1) Bang: [INTRANSITIVE/TRANSITIVE] to hit something hard, making a loudnoise
I banged on the window to get her attention.
We could hear them banging their drums in the next street.
bang something on/against something:
She banged her fists on the back of his seat
2)Burst: [INTRANSITIVE/TRANSITIVE] if something filled with air or water bursts, or if you burst it, it breaks suddenly because there is too much pressureinside it or against it
Did a tyre burst?
A dam burst, causing severe flooding.
She spitefully burst the little .boy’s balloon.
3)Crash: [INTRANSITIVE/TRANSITIVE] to hitsomething hard, making a loud noiseand often causing damage
A ball came crashing through the window.
The wind howled and the waves crashed against the rocks.
crash to the floor/ground:
As Kelly saw him, the tray she was carryingcrashed to the floor.
crash something against/into something:
He lifted his foot and crashed it into the door.
4) Explode: [INTRANSITIVE] to burst with a lot of force and a loud noise
Bombs were exploding all over the city.
5) Groan: [INTRANSITIVE] to make a long low sound, for example because you are in pain or unhappy
6) Roar: [TRANSITIVE] to say something in a loud, deep, angry voice
‘Come here at once,’ he roared.
7) Scream: [INTRANSITIVE] to make a loud high cry because you are hurt, frightened, or excited
She opened her mouth to scream.
They had their arms in the air and were screaming with delight.
We could hear the passengers screaming in terror
8) Sigh:[INTRANSITIVE] to breathe out slowly making a long soft sound, especially because you are disappointed, tired, annoyed, or relaxed
Jan sighed heavily and shook her head.
Sighing contentedly, Beth settled down in her comfortable chair.
sigh with relief/satisfaction/regret etc:
Doug heard him sigh softly with relief.
9)Slam: [TRANSITIVE] to shut a door or a lid with great force so that it makesa loud noise, often because you are angry
He ran from the room, slamming the door behind him.
slam the door shut:
She slammed the door shut in his face
10) Smash: [TRANSITIVE] to break something noisily into many pieces by dropping or hitting it with a lot of force
Someone had smashed a window.
11) Whisper: [INTRANSITIVE/TRANSITIVE] to say something very quietly so that other people cannot hear you
Stop whispering, you two!
‘When can I see you again?’ he whispered softly.
‘Over here!’ she whispered urgently.
whisper (something) to someone:
Dad whispered a warning to us to keep quiet.
whisper (something) in someone’s ear:
‘That’s Tim,’ she whispered in my ear.
12) Yell:to say something in a loud voice, or to make a loud noise because you are angry, afraid, excited, or in pain
‘Watch out,’ Victor yelled.
Her husband was yelling at her.
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