Detailed Translations for snarl from English to French


to snarl verb (snarls, snarled, snarling)

  1. to snarl (growl)
    grogner; gronder; grommeler
    • grogner verb (grogne, grognes, grognons, grognez, )
    • gronder verb (gronde, grondes, grondons, grondez, )
    • grommeler verb (grommelle, grommelles, grommelons, grommelez, )
  2. to snarl (growl)
    • rabrouer verb (rabroue, rabroues, rabrouons, rabrouez, )
  3. to snarl (shout at; snipe; snap; shout down)
  4. to snarl (grumble; growl; rumble; chanter; grouse)
    ronchonner; grogner; grommeler; gronder; rouspéter
    • ronchonner verb (ronchonne, ronchonnes, ronchonnons, ronchonnez, )
    • grogner verb (grogne, grognes, grognons, grognez, )
    • grommeler verb (grommelle, grommelles, grommelons, grommelez, )
    • gronder verb (gronde, grondes, grondons, grondez, )
    • rouspéter verb (rouspète, rouspètes, rouspétons, rouspétez, )

Conjugations for snarl:

  1. snarl
  2. snarl
  3. snarls
  4. snarl
  5. snarl
  6. snarl
simple past
  1. snarled
  2. snarled
  3. snarled
  4. snarled
  5. snarled
  6. snarled
present perfect
  1. have snarled
  2. have snarled
  3. has snarled
  4. have snarled
  5. have snarled
  6. have snarled
past continuous
  1. was snarling
  2. were snarling
  3. was snarling
  4. were snarling
  5. were snarling
  6. were snarling
  1. shall snarl
  2. will snarl
  3. will snarl
  4. shall snarl
  5. will snarl
  6. will snarl
continuous present
  1. am snarling
  2. are snarling
  3. is snarling
  4. are snarling
  5. are snarling
  6. are snarling
  1. be snarled
  2. be snarled
  3. be snarled
  4. be snarled
  5. be snarled
  6. be snarled
  1. snarl!
  2. let's snarl!
  3. snarled
  4. snarling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

snarl [the ~] noun

  1. the snarl (growl)
    le grognement; le grondement

Translation Matrix for snarl:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
grognement growl; snarl grouching; grousing; growling; grumbling; grunt; lamentation; snarling
grondement growl; snarl bang; blast; boom; booming; bump; crash; din; discharge; drone; explosion; grouching; grousing; growling; grumbling; howling; howling of the wind; lamentation; pounding; roaring; rumbling; smack; smack one's lips; snarling; snoring; sudden explosion; thud; thump; thumping; thundering; volcano eruption
- maze; tangle
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
grogner chanter; grouse; growl; grumble; rumble; snarl bellyache; complain; express displeasure; gripe; grouse; grumble
grommeler chanter; grouse; growl; grumble; rumble; snarl bellyache; buzz; complain; gripe; grouse; grumble; hum; mumble; stew
gronder chanter; grouse; growl; grumble; rumble; snarl bang; bawl; be furious; bear a grudge; bear malice; bellow; bellyache; blame; blame someone of; boom; chide; complain; crack; cry out; discredit; gripe; grouse; grumble; harbour a grudge; let someone have it; pop; rage; rancor; rancour; rant; rant & rage; rave; rebuke; reprimand; reproach; reprove; roar; scream; shout; shriek; splash; stew; storm; thunder; yell
lancer des reproches à la figure shout at; shout down; snap; snarl; snipe
rabrouer growl; snarl burst out to; growl at; snap at; snarl at
ronchonner chanter; grouse; growl; grumble; rumble; snarl bellyache; bluster; complain; crackle; gripe; grouse; grumble; mumble; murmur; mutter; sputter
rouspéter chanter; grouse; growl; grumble; rumble; snarl bawl; bellyache; bluster; complain; crackle; express displeasure; gripe; grouse; grumble; mumble; mutter; sputter
- embrangle; entangle; mat; snap; snarl up; tangle

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Related Definitions for "snarl":

  1. something jumbled or confused1
  2. an angry vicious expression1
  3. a vicious angry growl1
  4. make more complicated or confused through entanglements1
  5. utter in an angry, sharp, or abrupt tone1
    • The guard snarled at us1
  6. make a snarling noise or move with a snarling noise1
    • Bullets snarled past us1
  7. twist together or entwine into a confusing mass1

Wiktionary Translations for snarl:

  1. knot or complication of hair, thread, or the like, difficult to disentangle
  1. Situation embrouillée
  1. Faire entendre son cri, en parlant du loup ou du chien

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