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American English: /drɔl/
British English: /drɔːl/

Translation of drawl in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • hablar arrastrando las palabras

transitive verb

  • decir arrastrando las palabras


  • (acento caracterizado por la longitud de las vocales)
    a Southern drawl
    un acento sureño
    Example sentences
    • Often with little difficulty, we can ‘translate’ the southern drawl or clipped Yankee accent.
    • Someone speaking in a drawl called out, interrupting her conversation with herself.
    • After forty years I can now control the appearances of my Texas accent, my one weakness being proximity to anyone with a strong drawl of their own.

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