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snore

verb [I] uk   /snɔːr/ us    /snɔːr/
B2 to breathe in a very noisy way while you are sleeping: Sometimes my husband snores so loudly, it keeps me awake at night. Do you know any cures for snoring?
snorer
noun [C] uk   /ˈsnɔː.rər/ us    /ˈsnɔːr.ɚ/
He's a terrible snorer.

snore

noun [C] uk   /snɔːr/ us    /snɔːr/
a very noisy breath while you are sleeping: I could hear loud snores coming from Jim's bedroom.
Translations of “snore”
in Korean 코를 골다…
in Arabic يُشَخِّر…
in French ronfler…
in Turkish horlamak…
in Italian russare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打呼,打鼾…
in Russian храпеть…
in Polish chrapać…
in Spanish roncar…
in Portuguese roncar…
in German schnarchen…
in Catalan roncar…
in Japanese いびきをかく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打呼噜,打鼾…
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