Definición de bell
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That should set off alarm bells for a software products company. Computing (2010)Not many alarm bells in terms of credit quality. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It certainly sets off one or two alarm bells. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Is that wedding bells we hear? The Sun (2016)There is no need for air conditioning, bells and whistles. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Three times, the bell is heard to ring. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Wedding bells can't be far off. The Sun (2016)Alarm bells should sound when alcohol use becomes a daily habit, or if thoughts turn to drinking when any stress or worry is experienced. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Could it be due to the day he failed to answer the bell to the drug testers when upstairs at his small home in Twickenham? The Sun (2016)This was a humdrum Sunday afternoon in a provincial Italian town where the church bells are audible from the stadium. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Days were filled with the sound of bells. Times, Sunday Times (2015)With my finger still on the bell the door opens. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Too many footprints may set alarm bells ringing. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The church bells ring as people file out of the church. Christianity Today (2000)Which is at least one bell and one whistle. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The company is adding bells and whistles as it goes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This does not sound alarm bells loudly enough. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You can almost hear those sleigh bells ringing already. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Stand tall with a kettle bell in left hand and arm fully extended above your head. The Sun (2011)He rolled with the punches and got off the stool at the sound of the bell. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Is that the tinkling of wedding bells we can hear? The Sun (2014)Its bells will be answered by churches on the riverbank along the route. The Sun (2012)The bell to end the round saved him. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The only thing that matters is when the first bell goes and the referee counts to ten. Times, Sunday Times (2011)When are alarm bells going to ring? Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can also camp on the site or choose to stay in a quirky bell tent. The Sun (2016)We can await the ring on the front door bell. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Stand tall with a kettle bell just below chest height. The Sun (2011)The name alone may set alarm bells ringing. Times, Sunday Times (2014)All you can hear is birdsong and church bells. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She strikes one of the bells firmly with a mallet. Times, Sunday Times (2015)That should sound some warning bells. The Sun (2013)Surely this must cause alarm bells to ring within Scottish government. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The colour is often linked to danger and may signal alarm bells which stop us from overeating, they say. The Sun (2012)
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Traducciones de bell
Inglés británico: bell /bɛl/ NOUN
A bell is a device that makes a ringing sound which attracts people's attention.
I've been ringing the door bell.
- Inglés americano: bell
- Árabe: جَرَس
- Portugués brasileño: sino
- Chino: 铃
- Croata: zvono
- Checo: zvon
- Danés: klokke
- Holandés: bel zoemer
- Español europeo: timbre
- Finlandés: soittokello
- Francés: cloche
- Alemán: Klingel
- Griego: καμπάνα
- Italiano: campana squilla
- Japonés: 鐘
- Coreano: 종 울리다
- Noruego: bjelle
- Polaco: dzwonek
- Portugués: sino
- Rumano: sonerie
- Ruso: звонок
- Español: campana
- Sueco: klocka ringklocka
- Tailandés: ระฆัง
- Turco: zil kapı, okul
- Ucraniano: дзвін
- Vietnamita: chuông
Definición de bell del Collins Diccionario inglés
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