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silbido

  
      sm   , silbo             sm  
1    [+de persona]     (con los labios)    whistle, whistling  ,   (al respirar)    wheezing
2    (=zumbido)   hum  
  silbido de oídos   ringing in the ears
3    (=abucheo)   hissing
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silo, silbato, silbido, silabeo

'silbo' found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
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el público silbó al árbitro
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"silbo": examples and translations in context
Cultura popular de Gran Canaria: el silbo de Gomera. Popular culture of Gran Canaria: the whistle of La Gomera.
Ni siquiera silbo cuando me siento bien. I don't even whistle when I feel good.
8 Y pondré a esta ciudad por espanto y silbo: todo aquel que pasare por ella se maravillará, y silbará sobre todas sus plagas. 8 And I will make this city an astonishment and a hissing; every one that passeth by shall be astonished and hiss because of all the plagues thereof.
37 Y será Babilonia para montones, morada de chacales, espanto y silbo, sin morador. 37 And Babylon shall become heaps, a dwelling-place for dragons, an astonishment, and a hissing, without an inhabitant.
Y silbo una alegre melodía para que nadie sospeche And whistle a happy tune So no one will suspect
Su herida está limpia como un silbo Your wound's as clean as a whistle.
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