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English translation of 'sonido'

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sonido

masculine noun
sound
sonido envolvente surround sound

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Example Sentences Including 'sonido'

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Alarmados, escuchamos otra vez el sonido que era casi un silbido.
César Pérez de Tudela Horizontes verticales
Cuanto más se alejaba, más dulce era el sonido , más se resistía a desaparecer.
José Luis Prieto La higuera seca
En los jardines de los Reales Alcázares escuchábamos el sonido de nuestras voces con la misma delectación que el murmullo del agua de las fuentes.
Ramón Mayrata El imperio desierto
En sus actuaciones en Madrid, Barcelona, Pontevedra, Cartagena, Pamplona y Granada él y su banda han demostrado una increíble energía en el sonido directo.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
La próxima vez, cuando regresen con ganas, cuando se sustenten en un sonido correcto, quizá podamos ver la auténtica medida del grupo americano.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
Regidores, montadores, operadores de cámara o sonido , para ellos está abierta la puerta de la Formación Profesional, en una rama con muchas salidas.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
Y si, además de que las cartas de Lemonheads eran repetitivas, el sonido propiciaba la monotonía, el resultado sólo podía ser el aburrimiento.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)

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'sonido' in Other Languages

British English: sound /saʊnd/ NOUN
A sound is something that you hear.
He heard the sound of a car engine outside.
  • American English: sound
  • Arabic: صَوْت
  • Brazilian Portuguese: som
  • Chinese: 声音
  • Croatian: zvuk
  • Czech: zvuk
  • Danish: lyd
  • Dutch: geluid
  • European Spanish: sonido
  • Finnish: ääni
  • French: son bruit
  • German: Klang
  • Greek: ήχος
  • Italian: suono
  • Japanese:
  • Korean: 소리
  • Norwegian: lyd
  • Polish: dźwięk
  • European Portuguese: som
  • Romanian: sunet
  • Russian: звук
  • Latin American Spanish: sonido
  • Swedish: ljud
  • Thai: เสียง
  • Turkish: ses
  • Ukrainian: звук
  • Vietnamese: âm thanh
British English: rumbling NOUN
A rumbling is a low continuous noise.
...the rumbling of an empty stomach.

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