Translation of blare in Spanish:

blare

Pronunciation: /bler; bleə(r)/

noun/nombre

  • estridencia (feminine), estruendo (masculine) the queen enters to a blare of trumpets la reina entra al clarín de las trompetas [literary/literario]
    More example sentences
    • From the initial blare of the trumpets, the album has that thrill of half-recalled familiarity.
    • The noise and the blare, the bands and the screaming, the pageantry and oratory of the long full campaign fade on election day.
    • Where this is not observed, there is no real music, but only a devilish blare and hubbub.

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • [loudspeaker/music/voice] atronar* blaring horns bocinas (feminine plural) atronadoras

Phrasal verbs

blare out

verb + adverb + object/verbo + adverbio + complemento the band was blaring out the same old tune la banda tocaba la canción de siempre a todo volumen to blare out an order dar* una orden a gritos 1.1verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio [voice] resonar*, bramar the radio was blaring out la radio estaba puesta a todo volumen

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