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bray

verb [I] uk   us   /breɪ/
to make a loud, unpleasant noise: The mules suddenly started braying. She had a loud, braying laugh.
bray
noun uk   us  
Translations of “bray”
in Arabic يَنهَق…
in Korean (당나귀가) 시끄러운 소리를 내다…
in Malaysian rengeh…
in French braiement…
in Italian ragliare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (驢)叫, 發出似驢叫的聲音…
in Vietnamese tiếng be be…
in Spanish rebuzno…
in Portuguese zurrar…
in Thai เสียงแหบพร่า…
in German der Eselsschrei…
in Catalan bramar…
in Japanese (ロバのような)耳障りな音を出す…
in Indonesian ringkik keledai…
in Chinese (Simplified) (驴)叫, 发出似驴叫的声音…
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