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clamor

clamor(
klah
-
mohr
)
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (shouting)
a. roar
Aterrados, oyeron el clamor de los soldados proveniente del campo de batalla.Terrified, they could hear the roar of the soldiers coming from the battlefield.
b. clamor
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
El clamor de los manifestantes se apagó cuando el líder político subió al escenario.The clamor of the protesters died down when the political leader went on stage.
c. clamour (United Kingdom)
El clamor del público hizo sonreír a la cantante.The clamour of the audience put a smile on the singer's face.
2. (complaint)
a. outcry
Los medios se hicieron eco del clamor popular por el aumento del salario mínimo.The media echoed the public outcry for a raise in the minimum wage.
b. protest
Pedimos que haya más policías en las calles, pero el alcalde hizo oídos sordos a nuestro clamor.We demand more police officers in the streets, but the mayor turned a deaf ear to our protest.
3. (sound of a bell)
a. toll
El clamor de las campanas nos reveló que en la iglesia había un funeral.The toll of the bells let us know there was a funerary ceremony being held at the church.
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clamor
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
Noun
1. (general)
a. clamor
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clamor
1 (griterío) clamour; clamor; (EEUU) roar
el clamor de los espectadores the clamour o roar of the spectators
un clamor de júbilo estalló en el aula el clamor de las sirenas que anunciaban el ataque
2 (protesta) outcry
un gran clamor contra la corrupción a great outcry against corruption
un clamor de justicia
este poema es un clamor contra la violencia this poem is a protest against death
el creciente clamor pidiendo su liberación las protestas aisladas son ya clamor popular
3 [de campana] toll
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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