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Spanish translation of 'thud'

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thud

[θʌd ]
noun
ruido m sordogolpe m sordo
he landed on the floor with a dull thud cayó al suelo con un ruido sordo
intransitive verb
hacer un ruido sordo
to thud to the ground caer al suelo con un ruido sordo
a shell thudded into the hillside una granada estalló en el monte
he was thudding about upstairs all night pasó la noche andando con pasos pesados por el piso de arriba

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Example Sentences Including 'thud'

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I can still hear the dull thud as the door met the knuckles of his outstretched hand.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I have memories of being in bed, hearing a horrible thud and my dad crying out in pain as he hit his head again.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The blockbuster season was launched to the sound of a thud thanks to this leaden sequel.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
There is a sickening thud as she's hit - and is left lying motionless in the road.
The Sun (2013)
A dull thud could then be heard.
Times, Sunday Times (2010)
As she helped clear up the mess, she felt a heavy thud on her upper back.
The Sun (2014)
Finally they heard the thud of the American choppers.
The Sun (2014)
He said: 'We heard a big thud on the front door.
The Sun (2012)
I heard his head hit the floor like a thud.
The Sun (2008)
One of the men heard a thud, then a groan and another thud.
Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The dull thud of leather on willow.
The Sun (2013)
The front door closed behind him with a dull thud.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The officer hit the ground with a sickening thud.
The Sun (2010)
There, they wait until they hear either the thud of impact or the all-clear.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
We heard this almighty thud.
The Sun (2015)

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'thud' in Other Languages

British English: thud NOUN
A thud is a dull sound, such as that which a heavy object makes when it hits something soft.
She tripped and fell with a sickening thud.
  • American English: thud
  • Brazilian Portuguese: baque
  • Chinese: 沉闷声
  • European Spanish: golpe sordo
  • French: bruit sourdN
  • German: dumpfes Geräusch
  • Italian: tonfo
  • Japanese: ドスンという音
  • Korean:
  • European Portuguese: baque
  • Spanish: golpe sordo
British English: thud VERB
If something thuds somewhere, it makes a dull sound, usually when it falls onto or hits something else.
She ran up the stairs, her bare feet thudding on the wood.
  • American English: thud
  • Brazilian Portuguese: fazer um ruído seco
  • Chinese: 砰的一声掉下
  • European Spanish: golpear fuertemente
  • French: faire un bruit sourdN
  • German: dumpf aufschlagen
  • Italian: fare un rumore sordo
  • Japanese: ドスンという音を立てる
  • Korean: >퍽무거운 물건이 떨어지는 둔탁한 소리
  • European Portuguese: fazer um ruído seco
  • Spanish: golpear fuertemente

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Translation of thud from the Collins English to Spanish
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