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loud / alto
loud   [laʊd]
louder   comparative
loudest   superlative
A. -adjective
1. (=noisy)   [music]   alto,   fuerte   [applause, noise, explosion, scream]   fuerte
·she has a loud voice
·tiene una voz muy fuerte
·[in] a loud voice
·en voz alta
·the music is too loud
·la masculineúsica está demasiado fuerte or alta
·he'noun a bit loud
pejorative   es un poco escandaloso
a. to be loud [in] one'noun support for something =   dar grandes muestras de apoyo a algo
·to be loud in one'noun [condemnation] of something
·condenar algo enérgicamente
2. pejorative
(=garish)   [colour]   chillónoun,   llamativo   [pattern, clothes]   llamativo
·a loud check jacket
·una llamativa chaqueta de cuadros
B. -adverb
[speak]   alto
[laugh, shout]   fuerte
·you'll have to speak louder
·tendránoun que hablar masculineánoun fuerte or alto
·she likes to listen to her music loud
·le gusta escuchar la masculineúsica muy fuerte or alta
·"Nevermind" is one of those records you play loud
·"Nevermind" es uno de esos discos que tienes que poner a todo volumen
a. loud and [clear]
·I am reading or receiving you loud and clear
(telecommunications)   te recibo perfectamente
·I hear you loud and clear, but I don't agree
·te entiendo perfectamente, pero no estoy de acuerdo
b. [out] loud
[think, wonder, read, laugh]   en voz alta
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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