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silbar

  
a       vt  
1      (Mús)  
  [+melodía]  
to whistle
2      [+comedia, orador]   to hiss
b       vi  
1    [persona]     (con los labios)    to whistle  ,   (al respirar)    to wheeze
2    [viento]   to whistle  
[bala, flecha]  
to whistle, whizz
3      (Teat)   to hiss, boo
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

silba, sillar, silbato, silabear

'silbar' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
silbar una melodía
exp.
silbar trocitos de Mozart
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"silbar": examples and translations in context
Es como una patata intentando silbar. It's like a potato trying to whistle.
Esta vez Kennedy no incomodó silbar. This time Kennedy didn't bother to whistle.
Cuando toca el agua, puedes oírle silbar. When it hits the water, you can hear it hiss.
Y mientras estoy tallando planeo silbar una melodía alegre. And while I'm whittling,... I plan to whistle a jaunty tune.
Algunos delfines pueden incluso silbar y ekolokalisera al mismo tiempo. Some dolphins may even whistle and ekolokalisera at the same time.
Aprendí a silbar hacia adelante y atrás así. I just learned how to whistle back and forth like this.
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