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Translation of "throat" - English-Spanish dictionary

throat

noun   /θrəʊt/
B1 the back part of your mouth and the part inside your neck garganta a sore throat
the front of your neck cuello He grabbed her round the throat.
(Definition of throat from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

throat

noun /θrəut/
the back part of the mouth connecting the openings of the stomach, lungs and nose garganta She has a sore throat.
the front part of the neck cuello She wore a silver brooch at her throat.
-throated suffix
having a (certain type of) throat de cuello… a red-throated bird.
throaty adjective
(of a voice) coming from far back in the throat; deep and hoarse gutural; ronco; profundo a throaty laugh.
throatily adverb
de manera gutural/ronca/profunda
throatiness noun
cualidad de gutural; profundidad (de la voz)
(Definition of throat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “throat”
in Korean 목구멍, 목…
in Arabic حَلْق, زور, حَنْجَرة…
in Malaysian tekak, leher…
in French gorge…
in Russian горло…
in Chinese (Traditional) 頸前部, 咽喉,喉嚨…
in Italian gola…
in Turkish boğaz, gırtlak…
in Polish gardło…
in Vietnamese cổ họng, hầu, cổ…
in Portuguese garganta…
in Thai ช่องคอ, คอ…
in German der Rachen, der Hals…
in Catalan coll, gola…
in Japanese のど(首の内部), のどの部分(首の前部)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 颈前部, 咽喉,喉咙…
in Indonesian tenggorokan, leher…
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