Translation of caterwaul in Spanish:


maullar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈkædərˌwɔl/ /ˈkatəwɔːl/

intransitive verb

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    (cat) maullar
    (person) aullar
    (person) dar aullidos
    • The roofers went up there yelling and screaming and caterwauling in an attempt to get them to go.
    • Tielli is best known for his perfect vocal and guitar caterwauling, and for song-writing with the Toronto rock group the Rheostatics.
    • ‘Love Hounds’ features rapid-fire, almost spoken verses over guitar caterwauling, and then slides into the disc's catchiest chorus.
    • By far one of the best bands of the so-called dance-punk explosion, the Fav combine angular art-rock and caterwauling dance-punk into something that's at times cerebral but always engaging, accessible, and damn fun.
    • It is a tribute to McLeish's side that they were not dragged down by caterwauling from the Ibrox stands - in which pockets of empty seats were evident - once Dundee had struck.
    • A funny parody scene of the movie was shown, while Homer grimaced at his movie heroes cavorting and caterwauling.
    • This is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending on whether you enjoy watching five old has-beens caterwauling in unsuitable clothes or not.
    • Unfortunately, Kennedy's caterwauling and the band's rather standard song structures easily wear thin, despite competent playing.
    • ‘As long as no one starts caterwauling again,’ he called back.
    • It seemed that every time I was becoming immersed in events, Cho would begin caterwauling and I would be rudely jerked out of my reverie.
    • Of course, technical guitar work and a tight rhythm section don't alone outweigh Tim's caterwauling.
    • It was caterwauling behind a stone bench, wrapped in a dirty piece of cloth.
    • Crickets chirped, owls hooted, and cicadas caterwauled in screechy harmony.
    • For several long seconds after he had finished, everyone was quiet, except for one caterwauling infant a few blocks away.
    • You'd think the two were real sisters the way they caterwaul at each other sometimes.
    • I walked away as the other people here began to caterwaul about her death.
    • Dumbfounded, all I could do was watch - wincing with pain as the caterwauling shook the fillings in my teeth - until the noise ceased.
    • For perspective, start with the fact that our officially acknowledged national debt, source of much caterwauling, currently totals $7.6 trillion.
    • Free from the cynical imperatives and caterwauling of commercial stations, independents are, at their best, not dislocated from the communities they serve, but an honest reflection of them.
    • He prides himself on ignoring the distracting chatter, the caterwauling of the media elites, the Washington political buzz machine.