Translation of voz in English:



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    (voces fpl)
    3.1 (gritos) shouting, shouts (pl) ¿qué pasa? ¿qué son esas voces? what's happening? what's all that shouting? ¡tenías que haber oído las voces que daba! you should have heard him shouting! a voces, hablaban a voces they were talking in loud voices, they were talking loudly o shouting estuve llamando a voces, pero nadie me oyó I called out o shouted, but nobody heard me un problema que pide a voces una solución rápida a problem that is crying out for a quick solution dar la voz de alarma to raise the alarm
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    3.2 (rumor) rumor* corre la voz de que se van a divorciar word o rumor has it that they are going to get divorced, there is a rumor going around that they are going to get divorced
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