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Spanish translation of “roar”

roar

verb /roː/
to give a loud deep cry; to say loudly; to shout
rugir, bramar; decir a gritos
The lions roared The sergeant roared (out) his commands.
to laugh loudly
reírse a carcajadas
The audience roared (with laughter) at the comedian’s jokes.
to make a loud deep sound
retumbar
The cannons/thunder roared.
to make a loud deep sound while moving
bramar, hacer estruendo
He roared past on his motorbike.
do a roaring trade to have a very successful business; to sell a lot of something
hacer un negocio redondo
She’s doing a roaring trade in/selling home-made cakes.
(Definition of roar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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