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blare

verb [I or T] uk   /bleər/  us   /bler/
to make an unpleasantly loud noise: The loudspeakers blared across the square. The radio was blaring (out) martial music.
blare
noun [S] uk   us  
the blare of trumpets
Translations of “blare”
in Vietnamese làm om sòm…
in Spanish sonar muy fuerte, bramar, berrear…
in Thai ส่งเสียงดัง…
in Malaysian bingar…
in French retentir…
in German schmettern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發出(刺耳的聲音)…
in Indonesian bersuara keras…
in Russian греметь…
in Turkish şiddetli ve sert ses çıkarmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发出(刺耳的声音)…
in Polish ryczeć…
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