Definition of bullhorn
1 : a loudspeaker on a naval ship
2 : a handheld combined microphone and loudspeaker
Recent Examples of bullhorn from the Web
Joined by castmates Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish, Smith and Latifah pulled out the bullhorns and t-shirt cannons to encourage fellow drivers to go see the comedy, which opens July 21.
In 2001, then-Mayor Paul Schell was hit in the face with a bullhorn at a community event in the Central District.
A man with a bullhorn was repeatedly kicked in the face.
As the Russia investigation moves closer to findings of possible obstruction of justice, Donald Trump took out his virtual bullhorn to shout more nonsense.
Others seize the moment and grab the pop-culture bullhorn and announce to the world that things aren't right.
The march started in Balboa Park around 11 a.m. and proceeded down Sixth Avenue into downtown where people chanted through bullhorns, played instruments and carried large rainbow flags.
Thousands of people with flags, bullhorns and bongos crowded the center of Belgium’s capital Wednesday to protest Trump's arrival.
The intersection is also where community activist Omari Tahir-Garrett —the father of Africatown’s Wyking Garrett — hit then-Mayor Paul Schell in the face with a bullhorn during a neighborhood festival.
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First Known Use of bullhorn
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Definition of bullhorn for English Language Learners
: an electrical device that is used for making your voice much louder so that you can be heard over a large distance
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