latirán
-they will beat
The word latirán is the future form of latir in the third person plural.
See the full latir conjugation

latir

Eso significa que al final del día nuestros corazones latirán como uno.
That means, by the end of today, our hearts will beat as one.
Desafortunadamente, se va los fines de semana desde hace 6 meses pero cuando vuelva dos corazones latirán como si fueran uno.
Unfortunately, she's been gone every weekend for the last six months, but when she gets back two hearts beating as one.
Los ojos de millones estarán puestos en los presos políticos que emprenden esta difícil lucha y los corazones de los oprimidos latirán a la par.
As the political prisoners enter this dangerous battle, the eyes of millions will be on them, and the hearts of the oppressed the world over will beat with theirs.
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