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strangled

adjective [usually before noun] uk   /ˈstræŋ.ɡl̩d/ us  
A strangled sound is a weak, high, interrupted sound made by an extremely frightened or worried and nervous person: It came again, a strangled cry from the room next door.
Translations of “strangled”
in Chinese (Traditional) (聲音因極度害怕或緊張)哽咽的,停頓的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (声音因极度害怕或紧张)哽咽的,顿住的…
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