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Spanish translation of “snore”

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snore

verb /snoː/
to make a noise like a snort while sleeping, when one is breathing in
roncar
He was obviously asleep because he was snoring loudly.
Translations of “snore”
in Korean 코를 골다…
in Arabic يُشَخِّر…
in French ronfler…
in Italian russare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打呼,打鼾…
in Russian храпеть…
in Turkish horlamak…
in Polish chrapać…
in Portuguese roncar…
in German schnarchen…
in Catalan roncar…
in Japanese いびきをかく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打呼噜,打鼾…
(Definition of snore from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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