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Translation of "whisper" - English-Spanish dictionary

whisper

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
cotilla
(Definition of whisper from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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