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English translation of 'golpeteo'

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golpeteo

masculine noun
(martilleo) drummingtapping
(traqueteo) rattling

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-Aquí hay, de seguro, una trampilla simulada-sus palabras se en-cabalgaban con el golpeteo de los nudillos.
Manuel Rico El lento adiós de los tranvías
-pregunto Mario, sintiendo como el golpeteo de la sangre en las sienes iba perdiendo el ímpetu del susto, de la conmocion del primer momento.
Manuel Rico El lento adiós de los tranvías
En su asamblea semanal, el golpeteo de sus instrumentos es obsesivo y frenético: de vez en cuando alguno de los músicos se derrumba y entra en estado de trance.
Juan Goytisolo Aproximaciones a Gaudí en Capadocia

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'golpeteo' in Other Languages

British English: patter NOUN
A patter is a series of quick, quiet, tapping sounds.
...the patter of the driving rain on the roof.
  • American English: patter
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tamborilada
  • Chinese: 急速轻拍声
  • European Spanish: golpeteo
  • French: crépitement
  • German: Prasseln
  • Italian: picchiettio
  • Japanese: パタパタという音
  • Korean: 후드득 거리는 소리
  • European Portuguese: tamborilada
  • Latin American Spanish: golpeteo

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Translation of golpeteo from the Collins Spanish to English
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