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squeaky

Saltos de línea: squeaky
Pronunciación: /ˈskwiːki
 
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Definición de squeaky en inglés:

adjetivo (squeakier, squeakiest)

Having or making a high-pitched sound or cry: a high, squeaky voice
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As my voice turned squeaky, it sounded as though I was asking him a question, not greeting him.
  • The closer together the waves, the more high pitched or squeaky the sound is, and this is measured in Hertz.
  • The last time we mentioned Annie the boss started jumping up and down and making odd squeaky sounds that did not impress the missus.

Derivados

squeakily

1
adverbio
Example sentences
  • Blow up balloons and let the air out, squeakily.
  • ‘I don't remember,’ she said squeakily, ‘I just remember taking a drink from that lake and then now.’
  • Turtalayo's voice came out squeakily, ‘You were torched!’

squeakiness

2
sustantivo
Example sentences
  • Resoling the shoes with a different kind of rubber that doesn't cause so much squeakiness.
  • But that was also when my voice hadn't quite cracked all the way and she constantly mocked its squeakiness with every chance she got, she used to find me hilarious way back then.
  • Alice becomes annoyed by the squeakiness of one juror's pencil, so she sneaks up behind him and steals it (from Bill the Lizard, as it so happens).

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