Translation of aloud in Spanish:


en alto, adv.

Pronunciation /əˈlaʊd/


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    en alto
    en voz alta
    • Proud of himself and unable to contain his joy, he began to read the letter aloud.
    • It's an error in judgment so colossal that it can't even be whispered aloud.
    • A mantra is the name of a sacred deity or a sacred phrase that you repeat silently or aloud.
    • The letter was addressed to Monteagle but it was read out aloud by his servant.
    • She didn't just show it to her, she ended up reading it all aloud and was rewarded with the first real chuckle we've had from her for weeks.
    • Another prisoner produced a bullhorn and read aloud a statement in English.
    • They wrote essays, or lectures, or sermons and they read them aloud.
    • She read aloud with a passion and urgency that eclipsed everything else around her.
    • Then a bell sounded as the name of each crew member and passenger was read aloud.
    • I was the one who read aloud the award citation as it was presented to her, and my voice choked up a bit.
    • Read that out aloud and consider the assumptions behind that belief system.
    • Unlike most books, children's books have to read well aloud, and Pooh is a delight to read aloud.
    • After the break, we took turns getting up in front of the class to read something aloud.
    • This is meant to be read aloud with some drama and fun even if you're not an actor.
    • Morris's interest in journalism was sparked by his father who would read the London newspapers aloud.
    • I can even get it to read my e-mail aloud to me, or documents that I have dictated, while I check them.
    • I used to read it aloud to my little brother, and we'd collapse into helpless laughter.
    • He performs his poems and children join in, writing their own poetry or reading his aloud.
    • There was genuine consternation at the bar as the newspaper report was read aloud.
    • His voice was clear and pronounced, as though he were used to reading such things aloud.