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Meaning of “hoarse” - Learner’s Dictionary

hoarse

adjective     /hɔːs/
If you are hoarse, your voice sounds rough when you speak, often because you are sick: The teacher was hoarse from shouting.Describing qualities of the human voice
hoarsely adverb
Translations of “hoarse”
in Arabic مَبْحوح…
in Korean 쉰…
in Malaysian garau…
in French enroué…
in Turkish boğuk, kısık, tırmalayıcı…
in Italian rauco…
in Chinese (Traditional) (嗓音)嘶啞的…
in Russian хриплый…
in Polish ochrypły…
in Vietnamese (giọng nói) cộc cằn và khàn khàn, (người) có giọng nói khàn khàn…
in Spanish ronco…
in Portuguese rouco…
in Thai (เสียง) แหบห้าว…
in German heiser…
in Catalan ronc…
in Japanese 声がかすれた, ハスキーな…
in Indonesian parau, serak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (嗓音)嘶哑的…
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