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Spanish translation of “growl”

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growl

verb /ɡraul/
to make a deep, rough sound
gruñir, refunfuñar
The dog growled angrily (at the postman/mailman) He growled out a command.
Translations of “growl”
in Korean 으르렁거리다…
in Arabic يُزَمْجِر…
in French grogner…
in Italian ringhiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常指因為憤怒)發出低沉的吼叫,咆哮…
in Russian рычать…
in Turkish hırlamak…
in Polish warczeć…
in Portuguese rosnar…
in German knurren…
in Catalan grunyir…
in Japanese (低く)うなる…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常指因为愤怒)发出低沉的吼叫,咆哮…
(Definition of growl from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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