la voz grave translation | Spanish-English dictionary

la voz grave nm.
deep voice

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nf.
deep voice
exp.
to raise one's voice
exp.
to lose one's voice
exp.
to lose the power of speech
exp.
the passive voice
exp.
to strain one's voice
exp.
to deepen one's voice
exp.
to project one's voice
exp.
to find one's voice
exp.
to clear one's throat
exp.
the voice of the people
exp.
in a voice choked with emotion
exp.
to be hoarse
exp.
to be the lead soprano/tenor {etc}
exp.
in a faltering voice
exp.
the sound {o} the strains of the organ
exp.
my voice was trembling {o} shaking
adj.
voice-controlled
[INFO]
exp.
to be the lead singer
exp.
to call the tune
[Fig.]
exp.
in a voice choked with emotion
nm.
speech processing
[INFO]
exp.
in a voice choked with emotion
v.
the word is that
exp.
keep your voice down!
exp.
to raise the alarm
exp.
within call
exp.
there is a rumour going round that; the word is that
exp.
I knew {o} recognized him by his voice
exp.
the promptings {o} voice of conscience
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grave

  
      adj  
1      (Med)  
[enfermedad, estado]  
serious  
estar grave      to be seriously ill  
hubo 20 heridos graves      there were 20 people seriously injured  
2    (=serio)   serious  
(=importante)  
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  
[voz]  
deep
5      (Ling)  
[acento]  
grave  
[palabra]  
stressed on the penultimate syllable
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

GRAE, gravera, gravamen, gravedad


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