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sound

verb
to signal (something) by making a sound
sonar, resonar
Sound the alarm!
(of something heard or read) to make a particular impression; to seem; to appear
sonar, parecer
Your singing sounded very good That sounds like a train.
to pronounce
pronunciar(se)
In the word ’pneumonia’, the letter p is not sounded.
to examine by tapping and listening carefully
auscultar
She sounded the patient’s chest.
(Definition of sound from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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