Translation of rouse in Spanish:
- 1.1 (wake, stir) See examples:to rouse somebody (
fromo out ofsomething)we tried to rouse him out of his sleepdespertar a alguien ( dealgo)tratamos de despertarloExample sentences1.2 (arouse) the lion is dangerous when roused
to rouse somebodyel león es peligroso si se lo provoca
- As he slowly stood up, Jeremy roused from his sleep.
- Isabella roused from sleep what seemed like an eternity later, disturbed by something she could not identify.
- He still hadn't roused from his sleep, and she was getting worried.
tosomethinghis speech roused the crowd to a frenzyher constant teasing roused him to furysu discurso enardeció or enfervorizó a la multitudhis criticism roused me to actionsus constantes burlas lo enfurecieronsus críticas me movieron a hacer algoExample sentences
- Joe was roused from his sleep by Azara promptly jumping on the bed and pulling on his arm.
- The morning's first rays of sunlight flooded the tiny tower room, rousing Callista from her sleep.
- On the other side of him, men, women, and children were rousing themselves from sleep and moving sluggishly to the fire to get warm.
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