bark out


bark out
phr verb
Bark out is used with these nouns as the object: ↑instruction, ↑order

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  • bark — bark1 [ba:k US ba:rk] v [: Old English; Origin: beorcan] 1.) when a dog barks, it makes a short loud sound or series of sounds →↑growl bark at ▪ The dog always barks at strangers. 2.) [i]also bark out [T] to say something quickly in a loud voice …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bark */ — I UK [bɑː(r)k] / US [bɑrk] verb Word forms bark : present tense I/you/we/they bark he/she/it barks present participle barking past tense barked past participle barked 1) [intransitive] to make the short loud sound that a dog makes 2) bark or bark …   English dictionary

  • bark — 1 verb 1 (I) to make the short, loud sound that dogs and some other animals make (+ at): The dog always barks at strangers. 2 also bark out (T) to say something quickly in a loud voice: Listen up! the teacher barked. 3 bark up the wrong tree… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • bark´less — bark 1 «bahrk», noun, verb. –noun. 1. the tough, outside covering of the trunk, branches, and roots of trees and shrubs. 2. = tanbark (def. 1). (Cf. ↑tanbark) 3. cinchona; Peruvian bark. –transitive verb …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bark Psychosis — are an English post rock band from East London formed in 1986. Graham Sutton is the core of the group, supported by a dynamic roster of musicians. The line up for the seminal album Hex included Graham Sutton, Daniel Gish, John Ling, and Mark… …   Wikipedia

  • bark — vb Bark, bay, howl, growl, snarl, yelp, yap mean to make the sound of or a sound suggestive of a dog. Bark implies the sharp, explosive utterance characteristic of dogs; it may be used not only of them and of another animal (as a seal) that… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Bark (utterance) — A bark is a noise most commonly produced by dogs and puppies. Other animals that make this noise include wolves and quolls. Woof is the most common representation in the English language for this sound (especially for large dogs). Other… …   Wikipedia

  • bark — bark1 barkless, adj. /bahrk/, n. 1. the abrupt, harsh, explosive cry of a dog. 2. a similar sound made by another animal, as a fox. 3. a short, explosive sound, as of firearms: the bark of a revolver. 4. a brusque order, reply, etc.: The foreman… …   Universalium

  • bark — 01. I don t think your dog likes me; he [barks] at me every time I walk past your house. 02. The [barking] of the seals could be heard all over the island. 03. The major [barked] out the orders to the soldiers. 04. Our dog [barks] a lot, but he s …   Grammatical examples in English


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