Traducción de whistle en español:
- 1.1 (make sound)(person)(loudly)(referee)(train)to whistle to a doghe whistled to me to take coversilbarle or chiflarle a un perroto whistle at the girlsme silbó or (in Latin America also) me chifló para que me pusiera a cubiertoto whistle for something [colloquial]if they want more money, they can whistle for itsilbarles or (in Latin America also) chiflarles a las chicassi quieren más dinero, van a tener que esperar sentados [colloquial]Oraciones de ejemplo
Oraciones de ejemplo1.2 (speed, rush) (+ adverb complement) to whistle by (bullet/arrow)
- When the kettle began whistling, I turned around to get the hot water for my green tea.
- The kettle began to whistle, and she broke herself out of her reverie and made two mugs of tea.
- The train whistled and slowly began its entrance to the London station.
shells went whistling overheadpasar silbandopasaban proyectiles silbando por encimaOraciones de ejemplo
- Urs Meier, the Swiss referee, appears to have stopped whistling fouls against either team.
- Referee Karl Kirkpatrick was the dominant figure in the opening exchanges, whistling 13 penalties in the first half before dishing out four yellow cards in the second.
- Referee Brian Crowe started as he meant to go on: whistling for even the slightest indiscretion.
- The only sound is the wind whistling through the tall pines.
- All you could hear was the wind whistling through the stadium
- I sat there, with the sun beating down on me, the wind whistling in my hair and the sound of a buzzard overhead looking for prey.
- 1.1 (instrument) to blow a whistlea factory whistletocar un silbato or pitoas clean as a whistleyour lungs are as clean as a whistlela sirena de una fábricahis record is as clean as a whistleno tiene absolutamente nada en los pulmonesto blow the whistle on somebodytiene un historial sin mancha(inform on)delatar a alguien(reprimand)to blow the whistle on something (put a stop to)llamar a alguien al ordento wet one's whistle [humorous]tomar medidas para acabar con algo1.2echarse un trago(sound — made with mouth)(loud)(— of train)(— of wind, bullet)Oraciones de ejemplo
Oraciones de ejemplo
- As was expected, his special appearance was greeted with whistles and applause that reverberated through the night.
- The Doc let out a whistle from between his teeth.
- She was about to explain, when a high-pitched whistle from somewhere in the middle of the soldiers sounded.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- The city itself is a spectacle to behold, with dazzling lights, beeps and whistles, and the sound of change going ‘jingle jangle’ all night long.
- A cacophony of booms and whistles and bangs plays around us, and we eat popcorn and watch the sky explode.
- Resident orcas are highly vocal and communicate with a learned repertoire of clicks, whistles and squeals.
- The works required four trumpets, three trombones, one tuba, and several percussion instruments including bells & whistles!
- The music is a unique sound of Irish folk ballads, traditional tunes with vocals accompanied by bazouki, bodhran, harmonicas and whistles.
- These include harps, lyres, whistles, horns, pan-pipes, bones, psalteries and some form of drum.
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