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sound

verb (NOISE) 声响     /saʊnd/
[I or T] to make a noise (使)发声;(使)作响 If the alarm sounds, leave the building immediately. 如果警报声响起,马上离开大楼。 It sounds like a bird. 听起来像一只鸟。 He sounds (= speaks) just like someone I used to work with. 他说话很像我以前的一个同事。 Sounding the car's horn, she drove at high speed through the crowded streets. 她按响汽车喇叭,猛踩油门,飞速穿过熙熙攘攘的大街。 Sounds made by objects, movement or impactSounds made by humans with their mouths
sound the alarm
to cause a noise to be made or say or shout a message to warn people about something 拉响警报;发出警报 Quick, sound the alarm - there's a fire in the machine room! 快,拉警报——机房里着火了! Threats and warnings
(Definition of sound verb (NOISE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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