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Spanish translation of “whisper”

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verb /ˈwispə/
to speak or say very softly
susurrar, cuchichear, hablar en voz baja
You’ll have to whisper or he’ll hear you ’Don’t tell him,’ she whispered.
(of trees etc) to make a soft sound in the wind
susurrar, murmurar
The leaves whispered in the breeze.
whisperer noun
Translations of “whisper”
in Korean 속싹이다…
in Arabic يَهْمِس…
in French chuchoter, murmurer…
in Italian bisbigliare, sussurrare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 講話, 小聲說話, 低語…
in Russian шептать…
in Turkish fısıldamak…
in Polish szeptać…
in Portuguese sussurrar, cochichar, falar/dizer em voz baixa…
in German flüstern, raunen…
in Catalan xiuxiuejar, parlar/dir en veu baixa…
in Japanese ささやく…
in Chinese (Simplified) 讲话, 小声说话, 低语…
(Definition of whisper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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