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bark(
bark
)
intransitive verb
1. (to make barking sounds) 
a. ladrar 
The neighbor's dog barks every time a car goes by.El perro del vecino ladra cada vez que pasa un coche.
2. (to shout) 
a. gritar 
She quit because her boss always barked at her during meetings.Renunció porque su jefe siempre le gritaba durante las juntas.
b. vociferar 
I've tried to explain to him that barking at employees does no good.He intentado explicarle que vociferarle a los empleados no tiene beneficio.
transitive verb
3. (to shout) 
a. gritar 
I don't understand coaches who are always barking obscenities at their players.No entiendo entrenadores que siempre están gritándoles obscenidades a sus jugadores.
4. (to scrape) (United Kingdom) 
a. rasparse 
John barked his knee when he fell off his bike.John se raspó la rodilla cuando se cayó de su bicicleta.
noun
5. (woody plant covering) 
We use redwood bark on the ground in the play area.Utilizamos la corteza de la secoya en el suelo de la zona de juegos.
6. (animal sound) 
a. el ladrido (M) (dog) 
My dog lets out three barks when he sees I'm home.My perro suelta tres ladridos cuando ve que he llegado a casa.
b. el aullido (M) (fox) 
From our tent, we could hear the nearby bark of foxes.Desde nuestra carpa podíamos oír el aullido cercano de los zorros.
bark
Noun
1. (of dog) 
a. el ladrido (M) 
2. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
his bark is worse than his biteperro ladrador, poco mordedor perro que ladra no muerde
transitive verb
3. (order) 
a. gritar 
intransitive verb
4. (general) 
a. ladrar 
5. (person) 
a. gritar 
6. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
you're barking up the wrong treeestás aviado or muy equivocado
bark [bɑːk]
noun
[of dog] ladrido (m)
his bark is worse than his bite perro ladrador, poco mordedor
intransitive verb
1 [+dog] ladrar;at a; [+fox] aullir
to be barking up the wrong tree ir muy descaminado
2 (speak sharply) vociferar;at a
At every inconvenience I bellowed and barked and hollered and ranted I didn't mean to bark at you
transitive verb
(also bark out) [+order] escupir; gritar;
bark [bɑːk]
noun
[of tree] corteza (f)
transitive verb
[+tree] descortezar; [+skin] raer; raspar
to bark one's shins desollarse las espinillas
Hyde stumbled after her, barking his shin against the edge of a low table
bark [bɑːk]
noun
(boat) barco (m)
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