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Italian translation of 'peal'

peal

(piːl)

noun

  1. (sound of bells) scampanio
    peal of thunder fragore m di tuono
    peals of laughter scoppi mpl di risa

transitive verb

  1. suonare (a distesa)

intransitive verb

  1. (also peal out)
    1. (bell) suonare (a distesa)
    2. (thunder) rimbombare

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Example Sentences Including 'peal'

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By the end of the day, summer thunder would peal through dry mountain canyons, shaking the land down to its granite bones.
Elizabeth Lowell DESERT RAIN (2001)
Her limbs, already aching with fatigue, seemed dragged down further by each peal.
Clive Barker THE HELLBOUND HEART (2001)
A peal of thunder followed the lightning with barely a beat intervening.
Clive Barker THE HELLBOUND HEART (2001)
With each peal the bulb's light was becoming more revelatory.
Clive Barker THE HELLBOUND HEART (2001)

Trends of 'peal'

Used Occasionally. peal is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'peal' in Other Languages

British English: peal VERB
When bells peal, they ring one after another, making a musical sound.
The bells pealed at the stroke of midnight.
  • American English: peal
  • Brazilian Portuguese: badalar
  • Chinese: > 一声接一声地鸣响钟等
  • European Spanish: repicar
  • French: carillonner
  • German: läuten
  • Italian: suonare a distesa
  • Japanese: >鳴り響く鐘が
  • Korean: > 울리다종이
  • European Portuguese: badalar
  • Spanish: repicar

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Translation of peal from the Collins English to Italian
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