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Translation of "sound" - English-Spanish dictionary

sound

noun
the impressions transmitted to the brain by the sense of hearing sonido a barrage of sound (also adjective) sound waves.
something that is, or can be, heard ruido, sonido, voces The sounds were coming from the garage.
the impression created in the mind by a piece of news, a description etc idea I didn’t like the sound of her hairstyle at all!
soundless adjective
silencioso, mudo
soundlessly adverb
silenciosamente
sound effects phrasal verb
sounds other than dialogue or music, used in films, radio etc efectos sonoros He works in the sound effects department of a film studio.
soundproof adjective
not allowing sound to pass in, out, or through insonorizado The walls are soundproof.
soundtrack noun
(a recording of) the music from a film banda sonora I’ve just bought the soundtrack of that new film.
(Definition of sound from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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