la voz grave translation | Spanish-English dictionary

la voz grave nm.
deep voice

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deep voice
to raise one's voice
to lose one's voice
to strain one's voice
to lose the power of speech
the passive voice
to deepen one's voice


1      (Med)  
[enfermedad, estado]  
estar grave      to be seriously ill  
hubo 20 heridos graves      there were 20 people seriously injured  
2    (=serio)   serious  
important, momentous  
la situación es grave      the situation is serious  
3    [carácter]   serious, dignified  
y otros hombres graves      and other worthy men  
4      (Mús)  
[nota, tono]  
low, deep  
5      (Ling)  
stressed on the penultimate syllable
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

GRAE, gravera, gravamen, gravedad

"la voz grave": examples and translations in context
El mago de Oz era un cuento sobre un viejo que asustaba a la gente con una voz grave y una gran máscara. The Wizard of Oz was a fairy story, about an old man who frightened people with a loud voice and a big mask.
Lo que hemos visto hoy aquí es la capacidad de una institución como la nuestra de levantar la voz con grave preocupación y mostrarse incapaz de aportar solución alguna. What we have seen here today is the ability of an institution such as ours to raise our voices in grave concern and yet come up with no solution.
Voz grave, pero de algún modo es calmante. Oh, he's making you grilled cheese tonight, by the way.
Tiene esa voz grave, ¿sabes? He's got that-that gravelly voice, you know?
Y un hombre con una voz grave y hermosa dijo: And this man with a deep, beautiful voice says...
Si es una mujer, tiene voz grave y responde al nombre de Nick. If it's a dame, she has a bass voice and answers to the name of Nick.
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