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a través de la pared oyó su llanto entrecortado

  • 1 entrecortado

    adj.
    discontinuous, faltering, broken.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: entrecortar.
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    1→ link=entrecortar entrecortar
    1 (voz) faltering, hesitant; (respiración) laboured (US labored), difficult
    2 (intermitente) intermittent
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    ADJ [respiración] laboured, labored (EEUU), difficult; [habla] faltering, hesitant

    con la voz entrecortada — in a faltering voice, in a voice choked with emotion

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    - da adjetivo < respiración> difficult, labored*
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    = faltering, bursty, choppy, clipped, jumpy [jumpier -comp., jumpiest -sup.], breathless, jerky [jerkier -comp., jerkiest -sup.].
    Ex. In hindsight, it is easy to see a trajectory of inevitability that made MARC, the ISBDs, and AACR2 seem more the result of historical forces than the often faltering and separate steps they were in truth.
    Ex. Its design provides on one hand a service in which every node can try to transmit asynchronously in a bursty manner.
    Ex. You will find that the choppy keyboard response is easier to tolerate after a few days of use.
    Ex. Length is also a function of style and most abstracts, though avoiding clipped telegraphese, have certain stylistic features which help to keep wordage to a minimum.
    Ex. This film adaptation is scrappily made and jumpy, and there is nothing here that evokes either the joy of the moment or the death of the soul.
    Ex. The stories are told in the breathless voice of a gossip, full of juicy tidbits, and a shrewd understanding of what makes one life connect to another.
    Ex. By whipping these tails back and forth the organism can swim about in a brisk, if rather jerky, fashion.
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    * con voz entrecortada = hesitantly, falteringly, haltingly, jerkily.
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    - da adjetivo < respiración> difficult, labored*
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    = faltering, bursty, choppy, clipped, jumpy [jumpier -comp., jumpiest -sup.], breathless, jerky [jerkier -comp., jerkiest -sup.].

    Ex: In hindsight, it is easy to see a trajectory of inevitability that made MARC, the ISBDs, and AACR2 seem more the result of historical forces than the often faltering and separate steps they were in truth.

    Ex: Its design provides on one hand a service in which every node can try to transmit asynchronously in a bursty manner.
    Ex: You will find that the choppy keyboard response is easier to tolerate after a few days of use.
    Ex: Length is also a function of style and most abstracts, though avoiding clipped telegraphese, have certain stylistic features which help to keep wordage to a minimum.
    Ex: This film adaptation is scrappily made and jumpy, and there is nothing here that evokes either the joy of the moment or the death of the soul.
    Ex: The stories are told in the breathless voice of a gossip, full of juicy tidbits, and a shrewd understanding of what makes one life connect to another.
    Ex: By whipping these tails back and forth the organism can swim about in a brisk, if rather jerky, fashion.
    * con voz entrecortada = hesitantly, falteringly, haltingly, jerkily.

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    ‹respiración› difficult, labored*
    con la voz entrecortada in a voice choked with emotion
    a través de la pared oyó su llanto entrecortado he could hear her choking sobs through the wall
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    entrecortado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹ respiración difficult, labored( conjugate labored);

    con la voz entrecortada por la emoción in a voice choked with emotion
    entrecortado,-a adj (voz) faltering

    ' entrecortado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    entrecortada
    English:
    broken
    - gasp
    - jerky
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    entrecortado, -a adj
    [voz, habla] faltering; [respiración] laboured; [señal, sonido, comunicación] intermittent;
    se oía su llanto entrecortado you could hear her choking sobs
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    adj respiración difficult, labored; habla halting;
    con la voz entrecortada por lágrimas in a voice choked with tears
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    entrecortado, -da adj
    1) : labored, difficult
    respiración entrecortada: shortness of breath
    2) : faltering, hesitant
    con la voz entrecortada: with a catch in his voice

    Spanish-English dictionary > entrecortado


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