screech in Roemeens
v. ţipa, striga, pronunţa strident
It was an old night-owl. The owl screeched "Uhu!" three times.
A car rushed towards the plants. At the last moment, the car screeched to a stop and out jumped a zookeeper.
Don Telmo's departure was paid for by the student and Don Manuel. As far as the student was concerned they dared no more than twit him on his complicity with the old man and the Biscayan; at Manuel, however, they all kept screeching and scolding when they weren't kicking him.
In through the courtyard window wafted a confusion of songs and disputing voices, alternating with the screech of the clothes-line pulleys.
"Not for long!" Lorimer vanished in a gust of icy wind, accompanied by the derisive screeching of Grus.
"Who calls?" said Shere Khan, and a splendid peacock fluttered up out of the ravine screeching.
And the room becomes cacophonous with noise from people howling and screeching and grunting, and clicking their mouths.
Children played there, running about and screeching just like children do all over the universe.
Elena Stanislavovna seized her head and gave a horrified screech.
He heard a sudden burst of high-pitched screeching and turned to see Mauricio scampering toward him across the floor.