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Translation of "megaphone" - English-Spanish dictionary

megaphone

noun   /ˈmeɡ.ə.fəʊn/ ( UK also loudhailer)
a cone-shaped device that makes your voice louder when you speak into it, so that people can hear you although they are not near to you megáfono 1460
(Definition of megaphone from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

megaphone

noun /ˈmeɡəfoun/
a funnel-shaped device for speaking through, that causes sounds to be made louder and/or sent in a given direction megáfono He shouted instructions to the crowd through a megaphone.
(Definition of megaphone from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “megaphone”
in Vietnamese loa…
in Malaysian corong suara…
in Thai โทรโข่ง…
in French porte-voix…
in German das Megaphon…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喇叭,话筒,扩音器…
in Turkish megafon…
in Russian мегафон…
in Indonesian corong suara…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喇叭,話筒,擴音器…
in Polish megafon…
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