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4 Translation results for sound in Spanish

noun | verb | adjective | adverb

sound noun

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sonido; ruido; brazo de mar, canal (ancho)

Example sentences of
sound noun

  • I heard a loud sound.

Synonyms of
sound noun

Detailed synonyms for sound noun

Sound, noise significan una sensación o un efecto que resulta de la estimulación de los receptores auditivos.
  • Sound puede aplicarse a cualquier cosa que se oye y que es, en sí, completamente neutral en cuanto a indicación <sounds of fighting outside his window>.
    antonyms: silence
  • Noise se aplica al sonido que es desagradablemente fuerte o discordante, o cuya percepción constante es una molestia <the constant noise and bustle of the city>, o que no es adecuada a la situación, y por lo tanto molesta <wakened by a noise late at night>.

sound verb

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sounded, has sounded, is sounding, sounds
sonar; sondar (en navegación); parecer; hacer sonar, tocar (una trompeta, etc.)

Example sentences of
sound verb

  • He sounded a confident note when he talked about the company's future plans.
  • You sound tired. You should get some rest.

Synonyms of
sound verb

Detailed synonyms for sound verb

See: Seem

sound adjective

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sano; sólido; lógico, sensato; profundo

Example sentences of
sound adjective

  • a building of sound construction
  • The bridge is structurally sound.
  • a sound mind in a sound body
  • The tests show that his heart is sound.
  • She used sound reasoning in making the decision.
  • She gave us some sound advice.
  • She has a sound understanding of the system's structure.
  • The stock market has made a sound recovery.

Detailed synonyms for sound adjective

See: Healthy, Valid

sound adverb

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Phrasal verbs for sound

Related phrases for sound

Reverse translation for sound

sonido  - sound 
ruido  - noise, sound 
canal  (ancho) - canal, channel, gutter, groove 
sonar  - to ring, to sound, to blow (a trumpet, a nose), to ring (bells), to look or sound familiar 
sondar  (en navegación) - to sound, to probe (in medicine, drilling, etc.), to probe, to explore (outer space) 
parecer  - to seem, to look, to appear to be, to think, to have an opinion, to like, to be in agreement 
tocar  (una trompeta, etc.) - to knock, to ring, to touch, to feel, to handle, to touch on, to refer to, to concern, to affect, to play (a musical instrument) 
sano  - healthy, wholesome, whole, intact 
sólido  - solid, firm, sturdy, well-made, sound, well-founded 
lógico  - logical 
sensato  - sensible, sound 
profundo  - deep, profound 
profundamente  - deeply, in depth 
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