Traducción de deafen en español:


ensordecer, v.

Pronunciación /ˈdɛfən/ /ˈdɛf(ə)n/

Ver definición en español de ensordecer

verbo transitivo

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    we were deafened by the explosion la explosión nos ensordeció / nos dejó sordos
    • We who live there are deafened by the noise, gassed by the fumes and face injury crossing over the road.
    • Sam's arrival was noticed just as the bell rang, so that she was deafened by the combined sound of the bell and enthusiastic greetings of her friends.
    • In Razgrad we had to take breakfast in the coffee bar, and, as we studied the four-choice menu, we were deafened by rap music and engulfed in smoke from the staff's cigarettes.
    • When the characters are not screaming at each other, televisions blare in the background, or the film's soundtrack deafens you.
    • The music deafened me and the crowds terrified me.