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English translation of 'soar'

soar

[swar]
intransitive verb
1. to sound
2. (cantar) to sing
3. (sinos, clarins) to ring
4. (apito) to blow
5. (boato) to go round
transitive verb
1. (horas) to strike
2. (instrumento) to play
soar a to sound like
soar bem/mal (figurative) to go down well/badly

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'soar' in Other Languages

British English: chime VERB
When a bell or a clock chimes, it makes ringing sounds.
He heard the front doorbell chime.
The clock chimed three o'clock.
  • American English: chime
  • Brazilian Portuguese: soar
  • Chinese: 鸣响
  • European Spanish: sonar
  • French: sonner
  • German: läuten
  • Italian: suonare
  • Japanese: 鳴らす/鳴る
  • Korean: 울리다
  • European Portuguese: soar
  • Latin American Spanish: sonar
British English: ring VERB
bell When you ring a bell or when a bell rings, it makes a sound.
He heard the school bell ring.
  • American English: ring
  • Brazilian Portuguese: soar
  • Chinese:
  • European Spanish: sonar
  • French: sonner
  • German: klingeln
  • Italian: suonare
  • Japanese: 鳴らす/鳴る
  • Korean: 전화하다
  • European Portuguese: soar
  • Latin American Spanish: sonar
British English: sound VERB
If something such as a horn or a bell sounds or if you sound it, it makes a noise.
The buzzer sounded in his office.
  • American English: sound
  • Brazilian Portuguese: soar
  • Chinese: 发出声音
  • European Spanish: sonar
  • French: retentir
  • German: ertönen
  • Italian: suonare
  • Japanese: 鳴らす/鳴る
  • Korean: 소리가 나다
  • European Portuguese: soar
  • Latin American Spanish: sonar

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Translation of soar from the Collins Portuguese to English
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