caer con estrépito

caer con estrépito(
kah
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ehr
 
kohn
 
ehs
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treh
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pee
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toh
)
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to fall in a noisy way)
a. to crash down
Los leñadores estaban talando un árbol que cayó con estrépito sobre el coche de alguien.The lumberjacks were cutting a tree, and it crashed down onto someone’s car.
b. to clatter to the floor
Los clientes del restaurante se sobresaltaron cuando un montón de platos cayeron con estrépito en la cocina.The customers in the restaurant got startled when a pile of plates clattered to the floor in the kitchen.
c. to fall with a bang
De prontó oí como algo pesado caía con estrépito en el piso de arriba.Suddenly I heard something heavy fall with a bang upstairs.
d. to fall noisily
Los dos hombres forcejearon y después cayeron con estrépito por la escalera.The two men wrestled and then fell noisily down the stairs.
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