sonar a todo volumen

sonar a todo volumen
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. (general)
a. to play at full volume
En el bar la música estaba sonando a todo volumen, así que no pudimos hablar.Music was playing at full volume in the bar, so we couldn't talk.
b. to play at full blast
¿Están los vecinos en casa? - Sí, ¿no oyes la canción de siempre sonando a todo volumen?Are the neighbors home? - Yes, can't you hear the usual song playing at full blast?
c. to play full blast
¿Por qué tiene que estar ese disco sonando a todo volumen? Nos estamos sordos, ¿no?Why does that record have to be playing full blast? We're not deaf, right?
d. to blast
No me gustan ese tipo de fiestas en las que hay música disco sonando a todo volumen.I don't like that kind of party where there's disco music blasting.
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