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shout

Informal Brit, Austral, and NZ
a. a round, esp of drinks
b. one's turn to buy a round of drinks

shout

To yell or scream via email. It is WRITING WITH ALL CAPITAL LETTERS TO MAKE A POINT instead of using asterisks and underscored words which are considered a gentler way to emphasize something.
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The officials from Central shouted down the secretary general as he was on stage, saying Sossion is pro-Opposition.
She said: "I was showering the lady upstairs and I thought I could hear noises downstairs, so I shouted down thinking it must be a family member.
They shouldn't be shouted down, they shouldn't be intimidated and they shouldn't be abused, either in meetings or online.
One MP in the stormy meeting described Thornberry as "gutsy" and "cool under fire" after she refused to be shouted down by the radioactive mob.
Bias invariably plays a significant part in any discussion, and thus everyone should be welcome at the table and each idea carefully weighed, not shouted down or rubber stamped.
I suspect that a likely motivation for them to withdraw from those speaking engagements was a disinterest in being exposed to the possible spectacle of heckling and being shouted down by protesting students as has become such a common occurrence on campus.
The lesson here has to be those on benefits have a voice and are not going to be pilloried and shouted down by the likes of Katie Hopkins.
One of the women climbed up on to a gallery railing and wrapped her arms around a pillar as she shouted down at the politicians.
While I was upstairs, I heard Grace coughing at the foot of the stairs and I shouted down to her to ask if she was OK.
Surely no presenter has been shouted down before by the honoree himself.
That's what the Finn shouted down the radio in frustration at their continual reminder messages as he charged to victory in Abu Dhabi earlier this month.
You're going to hear a lot in the coming days about the omission of Jerusalem (and reference to God) from the Democratic party platform, and how when party leadership attempted to reinstate the languagewhich had been present in previous platformsthe change was shouted down and booed by the assembled DNC delegates.