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hoarse

adjective /hoːs/
(of voices, shouts etc) rough; harsh
ronco
a hoarse cry His voice sounds hoarse.
having a hoarse voice, usually because one has a cold or cough, or because one has been shouting
ronco
You sound hoarse – have you a cold? The spectators shouted themselves hoarse.
hoarseness noun
ronquera
the hoarseness of her voice.
Translations of “hoarse”
in Korean 쉰…
in Arabic مَبْحوح…
in French enroué…
in Italian rauco…
in Chinese (Traditional) (嗓音)嘶啞的…
in Russian хриплый…
in Turkish boğuk, kısık, tırmalayıcı…
in Polish ochrypły…
in Portuguese rouco…
in German heiser…
in Catalan ronc…
in Japanese 声がかすれた, ハスキーな…
in Chinese (Simplified) (嗓音)嘶哑的…
(Definition of hoarse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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