There are 2 translations of hiss in Spanish:

hiss1

Pronunciation: /hɪs/

vi

  • [snake] silbar; [person/crowd] silbar, sisear; [cat] bufar; [machine/steam] silbar the audience hissed and booed el público le silbó y abucheó a la obra ( or al jugador etc), el público armó una silba or (South America/América del Sur) una silbatina
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    • The drums bubble and hiss like gas escaped from slashing ginsu blades, building into a delicious bumping middle section.
    • It was hissing, long sharp looking fangs hung out of its gaping mouth.
    • Portable gas rings hissed into life and soon gallons of spring water reached boiling point.
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    • Emily hissed loudly, gripping Margaret's arm just as she was about to leave.
    • The angels in the hall all hissed slightly, a sound that was half astonished gasp and half restrained fear.
    • True, the house was full, but the audience hissed.

vt

  • 1.1 decir* entre dientes be quiet, she hissed —cállate —dijo entre dientes 1.2 [actor/speaker/play] abuchear everybody hissed him todos lo abuchearon or le silbaron
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    • We had food chucked at us in the playground, I was hissed at and once I was threatened with being stabbed, and my brother ended up in a few scraps.
    • When he threw out the traditional scenery and costumes from Verdi's Trovatore, or banned encores, he was hissed by the galleries.
    • Williams was hissed and booed throughout the match.

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There are 2 translations of hiss in Spanish:

hiss2

n

  • (of snake) silbido (m); (of cat) bufido (m); (of steam, machine) silbido (m); (of audience) silbido (m)
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    • As her hand almost touched the pile, a sharp hiss filled the air, drowning out all other sounds.
    • He pulled it out, and the calm of the whiteness was interrupted by a sharp hiss as he drew his sword.
    • There was a low hiss, and something sharp was suddenly at my neck.
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    • His remarks were greeted with hisses and derision.
    • It earned him a scowling hiss of disapproval from Dendria and a punch in the shoulder from Naoise for his comedic troubles.
    • Vincent and Vaughn participated in the school's talent show, to the sounds of boos and hisses from the student audience.

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Word of the day deteriorar
vt
los conflictos laborales han deteriorado nuestras relaciones = the labor disputes have damaged our relations …
Cultural fact of the day

Palacio de Oriente, also known as the Palacio Real, is the official residence of the Spanish Royal Family. The Royal Family now lives in the Palacio de la Zarzuela, on the outskirts of Madrid.