Word: blare

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Synonyms: blare

blast, trumpeting, clamor, boom, roar, thunder, bellow, blat, blaring, cacophony, din

Translations: blare

spanish
estruendo, fragor, estrépito, estridencia


german
schmettern

french
sonnerie, klaxonner, retentir, barrissement, barrir, ...

italian
squillo, squilli, frastuono, chiasso

portuguese
retumbar, clangor, toque de trombeta, retinir

dutch
schallen, geschetter, loeien, schetteren

russian
трубить, рев

swedish
skrälla, smattrar

finnish
toitottaa, raikuna, törähtely, pauhata

danish
gjalde, larmer

czech
třesk, troubit, vřískat, hluk, troubení, ...

polish
huczeć, trąbić, huk, trąbienie, grzmieć, ...

hungarian
trombitahang

turkish
boru sesi, boru sesi çıkarmak, bangır bangır çalmak, boru gibi ses

greek
σάλπισμα, ισχυρός και διαπεραστικός ήχος, διαλαλώ, ουρλιάζω

ukrainian
сурмити

albanian
zhurmë

bulgarian
свиря, яркост на цветовете, тръбя, шумно свирене

belarusian
роў, рык, румз, крык, выццё

estonian
pasundama, lõugama, tuututus

croatian
trubiti, razglasiti, rastrubiti

lithuanian
trimituoti, trimitavimas, Wydzierać, Trąbić, Trąbienie

latvian
skaļi taurēt, skaņas taures

macedonian
крик, свири

romanian
sunet de trompetă, suna, trâmbița, anunța zgomotos, proclamare zgomotoasă

slovenian
Trubiti

slovak
hluk

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The meaning and "use of": blare

noun
  • a loud harsh sound.

verb
  • make or cause to make a loud, harsh sound.

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