Übersetzung von “roar” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

roar

verbroar /rɔr, roʊr/
intransitive to make a very loud continuous noise
vrombir

The plane's engines roared.
les moteurs de l'avion vrombirent.
intransitive (of a lion) to make a loud sound
rugir

The male roared loudly.
Le mâle a rugi bruyamment.
transitive-intransitive to laugh or shout very loudly
clamer , hurler

My uncle roared with laughter at my joke.
Mon oncle hurla de rire à ma plaisanterie.

The crowd roared its approval.
La foule clama son approbation.
intransitive (of a vehicle) to move somewhere making a loud noise
vrombir

A motorcycle roared down the road.
Une motocyclette vrombit sur la route.

roar

noun countable /rɔr/
a loud continuous noise
clameur feminine , grondement masculine , vrombissement masculine

the roar of the crowd/traffic
la clameur de la foule / le grondement de la circulation
the noise a lion makes
rugissement masculine

He gave a loud roar.
Il a poussé un rugissement sonore.

(Übersetzung von “roar” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

roar

verb /roː/

to give a loud deep cry; to say loudly; to shout

rugir, hurler
The lions roared
The sergeant roared (out) his commands.

to laugh loudly

rire à gorge déployée
The audience roared (with laughter) at the comedian’s jokes.

to make a loud deep sound

gronder
The cannons/thunder roared.

to make a loud deep sound while moving

gronder, vrombir
He roared past on his motorbike.
do a roaring trade

to have a very successful business; to sell a lot of something

faire des affaires d’or
She’s doing a roaring trade in/selling home-made cakes.

roar

noun

a loud, deep sound

grondement
the roar of traffic.

(Übersetzung von “roar” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)