1. (to bay)
a. to howl (animal)
Podíamos escuchar a los lobos aullando en la noche.We could hear the wolves howling in the night.
2. (to shout)
a. to howl (person)
Aullaba de dolor mientras le extraían la bala.She howled in pain while they were extracting the bullet.
3. (to roar)
a. to howl (wind)
El viento aullaba, presagiando tormenta.The wind was howling, presaging a storm.
Verb Conjugations for aullar
Present Participle: aullando
Past Participle: aullado
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