A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (soft voice)
a. whisper
Con un susurro me dijo que me amaba.She said in a whisper that she loved me.
b. whispering
Escuché un susurro a lo lejos y me acerqué a ver qué pasaba.I heard some whispering in the distance and I approached to see what was happening.
2. (soft sound)
a. sighing (of the wind)
No se oía nada más que el susurro del viento.Nothing could be heard except the sighing of the wind.
b. rustling (of the leaves)
Me encanta el susurro de las hojas en el otoño.I love to hear the rustling of leaves in the fall.
c. murmuring (of a stream)
El susurro del arroyo era muy tranquilizante.The murmuring of the stream was very relaxing.
d. humming (of insects)
Por la noche solo se escucha el susurro de los insectos.At night you can only hear the humming of insects.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (palabras)
a. whisper
2. (de agua, viento)
a. murmur
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1 (cuchicheo) whisper
2 (sonido) [de viento] whisper; [de arroyo] murmur; [de hojas] rustle; [de insecto] hum; humming
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