Translation of roar in Spanish:
- 1 (make sound)(lion/tiger/engine)
rugir(cannon)to roar with laughter
- The beast roars up at you and grabs your neck, dragging you into the swamp with it.
- The format quickly posed an annoyance - did I really need to endure the MGM lion roaring at the start of every single featurette?
- He plays the part of the lion that roars onstage in Act 5.
- To the right was the interior to the library where a fire was roaring in the fireplace and a bunch of actors were hanging around preparing for their next shoot.
- The scientist says that when the 2000 fire roared through, the ungrazed pastures fared the worst.
- As you feel the plane angle back as it approaches the deck you hear the engine roar while the pilot basically floors it.
nouncountable and uncountable
- (of lion, tiger)(of traffic, engine, guns) estruendo (masculine)the roar of the crowd a roar of laughteruna sonora carcajadaa roar of painun rugido or bramido de dolorExample sentences
- In a close-up, one of the beasts lets out a mighty roar, and we see a baby sleeping peacefully inside its mouth.
- There's an odd melody that I remember not liking from when I saw the film, and it doesn't really work that well, although it's not too bad when it's mixed with dinosaur roars.
- As we leave, echoes of the roar of the king of beasts lingers in the still air over proud and deserted ruins of Hampi.
- Still for the most part, the Dolby Digital Stereo sonics capture the roar of the crowd and the curtness of the commentary very well.
- I miss live performance, the smell of the bean sprouts, the roar of the crowd.
- They departed the stage just ahead of Macca and Bono's entrance and an almighty roar from the crowd.
- This is an incredibly well-managed track that lets you feel the rumble and roar of the tanker every time it bears down on or overtakes the struggling Plymouth.
- Two scenes in particular stand out for their use of offscreen space; the first, a shot of a nondescript intersection, which seems unremarkable until the roar of an unseen plane flying very close overhead is deafening.
- The prolonged moments of near silence in the film produce the aesthetic effect of outlasting the remembered roar of government tanks.
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