Word: whistles

Category: whistles

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Related words: whistles

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Synonyms: whistles

pennywhistle, tin whistle, whistling

Translations: whistles

spanish
silbatos, silbidos, pitos, silba, marca


german
Pfeifen, Trillerpfeifen, Schnack, pfeift

french
sifflement, siffle

italian
fischi, fischietti, fischia, arbitro fischia, fischio

portuguese
assobios, apitos, assobia, os assobios, apitos de

dutch
fluitjes, fluit, bellen

russian
свистки, свистит, свист, свисты, гудки

norwegian
fløyter, plystre, piper, plystrer

swedish
visselpipor, visslingar, visslar, visslor

finnish
pillit, pillejä, viheltää, vihellyspillit, pilli

danish
fløjter, hyler, suser, fløjte

czech
píšťaly, píšťalky, píská, pískání

polish
gwizdki, gwizdy, gwizdków, gwiżdże

hungarian
síp, a síp, fütyül

turkish
ıslık, düdükler, düdük, ıslığını, çaldı

greek
σφυρίχτρες, διαιτητής, σφυρίγματα, σφυρίζει, συριγμούς

ukrainian
свистки, свистка, свист

albanian
bilbilave, e bilbilave, të bilbilave, bilbilat, bilbilave dhe

bulgarian
свирки, подсвирквания, свирките, изсвирва

belarusian
свісткі, сьвісткі

estonian
viled, vilesid, vilistab, vilet

croatian
zviždaljke, zvizdaljkama, zviždi

icelandic
flaut, flaut í

lithuanian
švilpukai, švilpukų, nešvilpia, švilpukus

latvian
svilpes, svilpo, svilpaunieki, svilpj

macedonian
свирки, свиркање

romanian
Fluiere, fluierele, fluierături, fluieraturi, fluier

slovenian
piščalke, piščali, piska

slovak
píšťaly, píšťalky

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The meaning and "use of": whistles

noun
  • a clear, high-pitched sound made by forcing breath through a small hole between partly closed lips, or between one's teeth.

verb
  • emit a clear, high-pitched sound by forcing breath through a small hole between one's lips or teeth.
  • wish for or expect (something) in vain.

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