alarm en Español

Pronunciación
s. alarma, alerta, azoramiento; zumbador
v. alarmar; ser alarmante

Ejemplos

We can not alarm the population.
No podemos alarmar a la población.
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“What was that noise?” asked Virginia, a little alarmed. “It seems like some plates fell down.”
“¿Qué fue ese ruido?” preguntó Virginia un poco alarmada. “Parece como que se cayeron [infin. caer] unos platos.”
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All of a sudden, the fire alarm went off.
De repente, la alarma de incendios sonó.
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Christopher Columbus was notorious for repeatedly snoozing his alarm clock by hitting it with his fist. Unfortunately, his "alarm clock" was usually his first mate.
Cristóbal Colón era conocido por silenciar a su despertador repetidamente golpeándolo con su puño. Desafortunadamente, su "despertador" era normalmente su primer oficial.
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Do you have an alarm clock in your room?
¿Tienes despertador en tu cuarto?
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Even though the alarm clock went off, I didn't wake up.
A pesar de que la alarma sonó, no me desperté.
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Father set the alarm for six o'clock.
Papá puso la alarma a las seis en punto.
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Her ceaseless caterwauling alarmed every dog within a 500-foot radius.
Sus incesantes aullidos alertaron a cada perro a 500 pies a la redonda.
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I am alarmed by your irresponsible attitude.
Me inquieta tu actitud irresponsable.
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I have three alarm clocks so as not to oversleep.
Tengo tres despertadores para no quedarme dormido.
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Sinónimos

1. warning: tocsin, caution, notice, alert
2. apprehension: horror, dread, dismay, fear, fright, trepidation, terror
3. alarum: horn, alert, call, siren, summons
4. frighten: dismay, appall, panic, scare, shock, startle, terrify



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