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English translation of 'gronder'

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gronder

[ɡʀɔ̃de ]
Verb Table intransitive verb
1. 
[canon, moteur, tonnerre] to rumble
[animal] to growl
2.  (figurative) [révolte] to be brewing
Verb Table transitive verb
to scold
Tu vas te faire gronder par ton père ! You’re going to get a telling off from your father!

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Example Sentences Including 'gronder'

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D'abord, on ne la voit pas, cette Médée que l'on entend gronder et gémir derrière le mur de briques grises.
Le Monde (2003)
Elle a beau gronder, montrer les dents, Flo ne s'y trompe pas.
Sarraute, Claude Mademoiselle s'il vous plaît
J'étais habituée à l'entendre gronder, à le voir froncer le sourcil, ériger autour de moi, à l'infini, des règles.
Huser, France La maison du désir
Sans même se donner la peine de gronder les responsables de cet ahurissant gâchis.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Triste bilan sanctionné d'une douzième place au classement qui fait déjà gronder les supporteurs.
Le Monde (2000)
Un autre se fait gronder par une brochette de poupées en colère, le jour de la fête des pêchers.
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'gronder' in Other Languages

British English: scold /skəʊld/ VERB
If you scold someone, you speak angrily to them because they have done something wrong.
`You should be at school,' he scolded.
  • American English: scold
  • Arabic: يُعَنِّفُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ralhar
  • Chinese: 责骂
  • Croatian: prekoriti
  • Czech: vynadat
  • Danish: skælde ud
  • Dutch: uitvaren tegen
  • European Spanish: regañar
  • Finnish: moittia
  • French: gronder
  • German: schelten
  • Greek: κατσαδιάζω
  • Italian: sgridare
  • Japanese: しかる
  • Korean: 꾸짖다
  • Norwegian: kjefte (på)
  • Polish: złajać
  • European Portuguese: ralhar
  • Romanian: a dojeni
  • Russian: бранить
  • Spanish: regañar
  • Swedish: skälla på
  • Thai: ดุว่า
  • Turkish: azarlamak
  • Ukrainian: картати
  • Vietnamese: trách mắng
British English: rumble VERB
If a vehicle rumbles somewhere, it moves slowly forward while making a low continuous noise.
A bus rumbled along the road at the top of the path.
  • American English: rumble
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ressoar
  • Chinese: 隆隆地跑过
  • European Spanish: retumbar
  • French: gronder
  • German: rumpeln
  • Italian: rombare
  • Japanese: ゴロゴロという音を立てながら進む
  • Korean: 덜컹거리는 소리를 내다
  • European Portuguese: ressoar
  • Spanish: retumbar

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