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Translation of "gasp" - English-Spanish dictionary

gasp

verb   /ɡɑːsp/
to make a noise by suddenly breathing in because you are shocked or surprised dar un grito ahogado She gasped in amazement.
gasp noun   /ɡɑːsp/
grito ahogado a gasp of surprise
(Definition of gasp from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

gasp

noun /ɡaːsp/
the sound made by suddenly breathing in, eg because of surprise or sudden pain boqueada, jadeo; grito (sofocado) a gasp of fear.
be gasping for phrasal verb
to want (something) very much morirse por, tener unas ganas tremendas de I’m gasping for a cigarette.
(Definition of gasp from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “gasp”
in Vietnamese hơi thở hổn hển…
in Malaysian cungapan…
in Thai พูดกระหืดกระหอบ…
in French hoquet…
in German das Keuchen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喘息,喘气,倒抽气…
in Indonesian suara tergagap…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喘息,喘氣,倒抽氣…
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