Translation of gurgle in Spanish:
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
- [water/brook] borbotar, gorgotear; [baby] gorjearExample sentences
- Yet below the mesquite bosk that edges the bed of Cienagua Creek, water gurgles up and flows intermittently from a mostly underground stream.
- Water gurgled down in streams from the tin roof.
- From the floor of the second pitch, the water gurgles down a tight rift, but our route is along a traverse following a washed-out shale band.
- Come the end of January there will be a brand new bouncing baby gurgling away.
- He pushed the pram straight, his little baby boy inside, gurgling at the world.
- Her granddaughter, too young to walk, gurgles from the foot of the bed.
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