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Pronunciation of Roars: Learn how to pronounce Roars in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word roar:

noun
a full, deep, prolonged cry uttered by a lion or other large wild animal:
she waited for the lion’s roar
a loud, deep sound uttered by a person or crowd, generally as an expression of pain, anger, or approval:
he gave a roar of rage
a loud outburst of laughter:
her remarks brought a roar of laughter from the old man
a very loud, deep, prolonged sound made by something inanimate:
the roar of the sea
verb
1 [no object] (of a lion or other large wild animal) utter a full, deep, prolonged cry:
we heard a lion roar
(of a person or crowd) utter a loud, deep, prolonged sound, typically from anger, pain, or excitement:
Manfred roared with rage
(of something inanimate) make a very loud, deep, prolonged sound:
a huge fire roared in the grate
[with object] utter or express in a loud tone:
the crowd roared its approval
[with direct speech]:
‘Get out of my way!’ he roared
[with object and adverbial] (of a crowd) encourage (someone) to do something by loud shouts or cheering:
Damon Hill will be roared on this weekend by a huge home crowd
laugh loudly:
Shirley roared in amusement
(of a horse) make a loud noise in breathing as a symptom of disease of the larynx.
2 [no object, with adverbial] (especially of a vehicle) move at high speed making a loud prolonged sound:
a car roared past
act or happen fast and decisively or conspicuously:
Swindon roared back with two goals
Derivatives

roarer
noun
Origin:

Old English rārian (verb), imitative of a deep prolonged cry, of West Germanic origin; related to German röhren. The noun dates from late Middle English