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brattle Saltos de línea: brat¦tle
Pronunciación: /ˈbrat(ə)l/

Definición de brattle en inglés:


A sharp rattling sound: a distant brattle of thunder
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  • Since everything that follows -- from the shrieking brattle of "Two Sails on a Sound" to the enchanted tribal vocal exercises of "Slippi" to the slow-building celebratory scuttle of "Too Soon" -- feels similarly crazed, drug-induced, and apparitional, Here Comes the Indian makes for particularly lucid listening.
  • In place of the brattle of riveters' hammers you now hear birdsong.
  • The wrestling could have been a washout as the rain reached comical proportions and just kept going, with the occasional long brattle of thunder thrown in, but a dense crowd gathered under brollies to watch competitions of the highest quality and intensity.


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Make or cause to make a rattling sound: we banged and brattled the cupboards
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  • Where so long I have heard only the brattling and moaning of the wind, what means this tenser, far-piercing sound?
  • Over the ledge lies an Atlantic of vapor without sail or shore, and through the hemlocks on North mountain the wind brattles like a hurricane.
  • It is a lively sound, a busy tinkling, the incessant brattling and from time to time rushing, crashing sound of this falling ice, and trees suddenly erecting themselves when relieved of their loads.


Early 16th century: probably imitative, from a blend of break1 and rattle.

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