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Translation of "hiss" - English-Spanish dictionary

hiss

verb   /hɪs/
to make a long noise like the letter ‘s’ sisear The gas hissed through the pipes.
(Definition of hiss from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hiss

verb /his/
(of snakes, geese, people etc ) to make a sound like that of the letter s /s/, eg to show anger or displeasure sisear, silbar The children hissed (at) the witch when she came on stage The geese hissed at the dog.
hissy fit noun
a sudden outburst of anger and unreasonable behaviour/behavior; temper tantrum berrinche, rabieta She threw a hissy fit when a photographer tried to take a picture of her.
(Definition of hiss from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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