rattling in Spanish

Pronunciation
[rattle] v. matraquear, hacer un ruido metálico, rechinar, tabletear, traquetear

Example Sentences

So much noise rattles me.
Me aturde tanto ruido.
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The earthquake caused the house to rattle.
La casa vibraba y crujía a causa del terremoto.
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The wind was so strong that the windows rattled.
El viento era tan fuerte que las ventanas traqueteaban.
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When the train goes through the station, the windows rattle noisily and the whole house shakes.
Cuando el tren pasa por la estación, las ventanas suenan fuerte y toda la casa tiembla.
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He is an ignoramus, said others, who, after having made a perfect rattle out of the organ in his own church, comes here to profane Maese Perez's.
Es un ignorantón que, después de haber puesto el órgano de su parroquia peor que una carraca, viene a profanar el de maese Pérez —decían los otros.
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“Whatever have you been doing with yourself, Watson?” he asked in undisguised wonder, as we rattled through the crowded London streets. “You are as thin as a lath and as brown as a nut.”
- Pero ¿qué ha sido de usted, Watson? - me preguntó sin embozar su sorpresa mientras el traqueteante vehículo se abría camino por las pobladas calles de Londres- . Está delgado como un arenque y más negro que una nuez.
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the voice of Marguerite again sounded above the noise of the rattling machinery of the automobile as it bounded over the pavement.
la voz de Margarita volvió a sonar sobre el estrépito de ferretería vieja que lanzaba el automóvil saltando sobre el pavimento.
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The millionaire Desnoyers never forgot that trip to America, forty-three days navigating in a little worn-out steamer that rattled like a heap of old iron,
El millonario Desnoyers se acordaba siempre de su viaje a América: cuarenta y tres días de navegación en un vapor pequeño y desvencijado, que sonaba a hierro viejo,
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He rattled off all this as though he had witnessed it, as if he had just come from the seat of war, making Dona Luisa tremble and pour forth tears of joy mingled
Lo afirmó como si lo hubiese presenciado, como sí acabase de llegar de la guerra; y doña Luisa temblaba, derramando lágrimas de alegría
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At four in the morning the whole house was in silence, when there was heard the rattle of a latchkey in the stairway door, followed by footsteps in the corridor and then the querulous tinkling of the music-box upon the vestibule-table, playing the Mandolinata.
A las cuatro de la mañana estaba toda la casa en silencio, cuando se oyó el ruido del picaporte en la puerta de la escalera; después, pasos en el corredor, y luego, el sonido quejumbroso de la caja de música colocada en la mesa del vestíbulo, que tocaba la Mandolinata.
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Synonyms

a rapid series of short loud sounds (as might be heard with a stethoscope in some types of respiratory disorders): rattle, rale, noise, crepitation rale
extraordinarily good or great; used especially as intensifiers: fantastic, marvelous, marvellous, grand, terrific, howling, wonderful, wondrous, extraordinary, tremendous
used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal: very, real, really
quick and energetic: zippy, energetic, brisk, spanking, alert, snappy, lively, merry



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