Translation of voice in Spanish:
- 1 countable or uncountable 1.1 (sound, faculty) the human voicela voz humanaI didn't recognize your voiceno te reconocí la vozto hear voicesoír vocesin a low/loud voiceen voz baja/altain a small voicecon voz quedato lose one's voicequedarse afónico or sin vozto raise/lower one's voicelevantar/bajar la vozraised voices could be heardse oían voces exaltadaskeep your voice down!¡no levantes la voz!they raised their voices in song/protestse pusieron a cantar/a protestar a corohe likes the sound of his own voicele gusta escucharse hablarthe voice of experiencela voz de la experienciaa voice crying in the wildernessuna voz que clama or que predica en el desiertoyou must make your voice hearddebes hacerte oírto give voice to somethingexpresar algowith one voice with one voice they condemned the attackcondenaron unánimemente el atentadoExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (Music) he has a tenor voice she's in good/poor voice tonight
- They kept repeating their beautiful song, their voices sounding better and better each time.
- Daniel likes to sing little songs in awful voices to make people laugh.
- It hurt just to open his mouth, and his voice did not sound the same when he did so.
esta noche está/no está cantando muy bienExample sentences
- I waved my arms in the air above my head and nearly lost my voice while trying to sing along.
- Staff said she was unable to speak to the press as she had lost her voice, believed to be as a result of a cold.
- I lost my voice for a second but quickly recovered, though still nervous.
- They were customarily for solo voice with continuo, but pieces for up to five voices were also composed and obbligato parts sometimes included.
- Pärt has written many a cappella works for several voices or chorus, and this new one, apart from its concision, is typical.
- Listening and experience are indispensable in honing the exceptionally advanced voicing skills chamber music and accompanying require.
- 2 2.1 (opinion) (no plural) to have no voice in somethingno tener voz en algothe voice of the people to be of one voiceser de la misma opiniónExample sentences2.2 uncountable (instrument, agency) the offical voice of the party
el portavoz or la voz oficial del partidoExample sentences
- We anticipated that there would be Americans here that would want their opinions and their voices heard.
- On this occasion, dissenting voices were heard, elaborating reasoned arguments.
- Regarding the impeachment case, Park should listen to the public opinion and voices from GNP members in rebellion.
- Set up in 2000 to give a strong voice to consumers, the agency was representing their views and giving them advice and information.
- Since the voices represent a number of government and non-governmental agencies, the public is often confused with inconsistent messages.
- Whatever the Telegraph may tell its readers, such voices represent what large parts of the world think.
- At times, it makes sense to play the soprano and alto voices with the right hand, the tenor and bass with the left hand.
- The medieval church knew no choral polyphony, only the ensemble of three or four soloists, drawn from alto, tenor, and baritone voices.
- She didn't know why most girls liked baritone voices; tenor voices were so much more lyrical.
- 3 (Linguistics) 3.1 countable (verb form) active/passive voicevoz activa/pasivaExample sentences3.2 uncountable (in phonetics)
- The passive voice is formed within the same paradigm, by be followed by the past participle, but is not a tense.
- In addition, most passive constructions do not exist in Chinese, because verbs often have identical passive and active voices.
- Never use the passive voice in an incitement to action, however vile or reprehensible.
- The two characters are quite similar, and apparently both denote voiced back consonants.
- More generally, voiceless obstruents are more frequent in onset position than voiced obstruents.
- Expiration of air through vibrating vocal cords, used in the production of vowels and voiced consonants.
- 1 (express)(opinion/concern/anger)
- Support your art community by voicing your opinion, and prove the visual arts are active and united in Calgary.
- We strongly encourage the Macalester community to voice their opinions on this issue.
- Kerry voiced his words very confidently and held a firm look on his face.
- 2 (Linguistics)(consonant/sound)
- Since each language has its own way of voicing the consonants and the vowels, names of places as pronounced by locals in their native language seldom sound the same to an outsider.
- Words are often pronounced without voicing the H. For example, in the word, everything.
- 3 (Music)(organ pipe/wind instrument)
- Skills such as shaping of line, pedaling, wrist rotation, voicing and chord playing can be easily incorporated into the piano lesson.
- By indicating a different dynamic for each staff, and by writing un peu en dehors above the middle staff, he left little doubt about the intended voicing hierarchy.
- The student will enjoy exploring the many colors of piano dynamics, voicing and pedaling.
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