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Spanish translation of “sound”

sound

verb /saund/
to measure the depth of (water etc).
sondar
sounding noun (a) measurement of depth of water etc.
sondaje
a depth measured.
sondaje
(an) act of trying to find out views etc.
sondaje
sound out phrasal verb to try to find out someone’s thoughts and plans etc
sondear, tantear
Will you sound out your father on this?
(Definition of sound from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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