Translation of clang in Spanish:


sonar, v.

Pronunciation /klæŋ/ /klaŋ/

See Spanish definition of sonar

intransitive verb

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    (bells) sonar
    (bells) repicar
    the gate clanged shut la verja se cerró con gran estruendo
    • A heavy door clanged shut behind him and then there was silence.
    • The double doors clanged shut behind me, and I stared in wonder at the sunlight streaming through a wall of windows.
    • As I dragged myself out from underneath him the door clanged shut with such a final note that I felt a shiver go down my spine.
    • As soon as Rane had disappeared, the big, metal gym doors clanged open and slammed shut.
    • The door that had clanged shut in that instant came flying open with a storm behind it.
    • There was yet another long pause after the heavy metal door clanged shut above the two girls.
    • The watchtower bell clanged, its reverberating tones echoing through the fog.
    • The wrought-iron gates clanged shut behind me.
    • The door swung shut behind them, clanging once more to tell of someone's departure.
    • In a moment of blind panic, I crashed through the back door, the door clanging on its frame as it snapped back into place.
    • A Mediterranean sun had just set, and above the school, hollow bells clanged around the necks of goats, and the chatter of crickets filled the night air.
    • The school bell clanged and children flew from the doors scattering like sand grains whipping about in a dust storm.
    • There were even gargoyles that sat at the top of the bell tower that clanged loudly as Lee opened the door to the building.
    • The gate clanged shut loudly behind him making him jump.
    • Lockers clanged shut and people rushed to classes, shouting to each other and laughing in the corridors.
    • The door clanged for the last time and Tessa knew that this was the last person to come through it that night.
    • Indeed, clanging bells offered some exhilaration to counter the drudgery of life spent in the fields.
    • He heard the fire bells clanging, and saw the horses running at full speed towards the financial district.
    • Their swords clashed and clanged, both men giving it their all.
    • The school bell clanged, warning the students that they might be late.

transitive verb

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    hacer sonar


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    (fuerte) sonido metálico masculine