sounding en Español

Pronunciación
s. sondeo, auscultación, sondaje
adj. resonante, sonoro

Ejemplos

I do not perceive any sound coming from the first floor.
No percibo ningún sonido que provenga del primer piso.
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The music of this band sounds great.
La música de esta banda suena muy bien.
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At three sounds good to me.
A las tres me parece bien.
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John, tell him that three o’clock sounds good to you.
John, dígale que a las tres le parece bien.
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Sounds great to me. Congratulations. How many games did you play?
Me parece muy bien, te felicito. ¿Cuántos partidos jugaron?
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Your name sounds familiar to me.
Me suena tu nombre.
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It sounds like a dream.
Suena como si fuera un sueño.
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Suddenly my thoughts were interrupted by the sound of movement at the door of my room.
De repente, mis pensamientos fueron interrumpidos por el sonido de un movimiento en la puerta de mi habitación.
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A bass drum, a snare drum, and cymbals were once all a composer needed to make a work sound exotic.
Un bombo, una caja y platillos una vez fueron todo lo que un compositor necesitaba para hacer a una obra sonar exótica.
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A cat was tearing at the door, and there was a sound of gnawing rats beneath the hearth-stone.
Un gato estaba arañando la puerta, y había un sonido de ratas royendo debajo de la piedra del hogar.
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Sinónimos

appearing to be as specified; usually used as combining forms: looking, superficial
pretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals): pretentious, high-flown, inflated
a measure of the depth of water taken with a sounding line: depth, deepness
making or having a sound as specified; used as a combining form: hearable, audible
the act of measuring depth of water (usually with a sounding line): measuring, mensuration, measure, measurement
having volume or deepness: full



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