Wail in spanish


pronunciation: xemidoʊ part of speech: noun, verb
In gestures

wail1 = plañido, gemido, lamento, sollozo, llanto. 

Example: He then produced a sound like the deep wail of a bereaved mother which electrified the audience.

wail2 = plañir, gemir, lamentarse, sollozar. 

Example: At this the Queen wept and wailed; but being a clever woman she thought out a plan whereby to save her son.


» bewail = lamentarse de, deplorar.

Example: I have made a ceaseless effort not to ridicule, not to bewail, not to scorn human actions, but to understand them.

» wail like + a banshee = gemir como alma en pena, gritar como alma en pena, chillar como alma en pena, gritar como un condenado, chillar como un condenado, gritar como un loco, chillar como un loco, chillar a grito pelado.

Example: In her arms she held a child, round, pink, and wailing like a banshee.

Wail synonyms

lament in spanish: , pronunciation: ləment part of speech: noun, verb roar in spanish: , pronunciation: rɔr part of speech: noun howl in spanish: , pronunciation: haʊl part of speech: noun, verb whimper in spanish: , pronunciation: wɪmpɜr part of speech: noun, verb yawl in spanish: , pronunciation: jɔl part of speech: noun pule in spanish: , pronunciation: pjul part of speech: verb ululate in spanish: , pronunciation: jululeɪt part of speech: verb plaint in spanish: , pronunciation: pleɪnt part of speech: noun mewl in spanish: , pronunciation: meɪl part of speech: verb lamentation in spanish: , pronunciation: læmənteɪʃən part of speech: noun
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