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Translation of "loud" - English-Spanish dictionary

loud

adjective   /laʊd/
A2 making a lot of noise fuerte, alto a loud noise a loud voice
loudly adverb /ˈlaʊd·li/
B1 alto They were all talking loudly.
loudness noun [no plural] /ˈlaʊd·nəs/
fuerza, intensidad
adverb   /laʊd/
B1 in a way that makes a lot of noise alto Could you speak louder, please?
out loud
B1 If you say or read something out loud, you say or read it so that other people can hear you. en voz alta I had to read the poem out loud in front of the whole class.
(Definition of loud from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

loud

adjective /laud/
making a great sound; not quiet alto a loud voice loud music.
showy; too bright and harsh chillón loud colours a loud shirt.
loudly adverb
alto, fuerte, a voz en grito She was speaking rather loudly.
loudness noun
fuerza, intensidad, bullicio Use the volume control to adjust the loudness.
loud-hailer noun
a simple type of loudspeaker megáfono The police used a loud-hailer to tell the crowd to get back.
loudspeaker noun
an instrument for increasing the loudness of sounds so that they can be heard further away altavoz The politician addressed the crowds from his car through a loudspeaker.
a speaker in a radio, record-player etc. altavoz
(Definition of loud from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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