Traducción de dampener en Español:


Pronunciación /ˈdæmp(ə)nər//ˈdamp(ə)nə/


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    the news was a dampener on the mood of the evening la noticia vino a aguar el ambiente de la tarde
    • it was the final dampener on their hopes fue lo que finalmente les hizo perder las esperanzas
    • Lacklustre ticket sales and a reduction in the space occupied by the festival was not enough to throw a dampener on Gig on the Green revellers.
    • The other dampener would be an increase in interest rates, but the Bank of England has shown no signs it wants to raise them.
    • We had such a wonderful day and can no longer look back on our memories on the film, which put a bit of a dampener on things.
    • By midway through the half United were in rude enough health, the only dampener on their day being that miss by Crawford.
    • The captain has the respect of his players and he found the first half of the season hugely enjoyable but his gammy knee has put a bit of a dampener on things.
    • But injuries to her jaw meant she was unable to chew, putting a real dampener on the Christmas celebrations.
    • The only dampener on the week for the Blues was the side's inability to overcome the Blues netball side at their own game.
    • The weather did its best to put a dampener on things, but it could not stop the 2004 Bradford Mela being one of the best ever.
    • Onochie's injury put a dampener on a good result for the Terrors, who kept their first clean sheet of the season with a 3-0 win over their lowlier opponents.
    • She said: ‘Last year we were in the grip of the foot and mouth crisis and it really put a dampener on the celebrations.’
    • Of course, none of this has put a dampener on the Championship celebrations - nothing could put a dampener on that.
    • Well, probably because if you ask people what they really want for Christmas, you get treated as though you have put a dampener on the entire festive season.
    • The team had a great time and the only dampener on their visit was the rain at the closing ceremony.
    • An antiquated licensing law may put a dampener on New Year's Eve revelry across the county and give licensees and police a major headache.
    • The celebrations could commence, but the arrogant Tabs put a dampener on the event by failing to bring the Moynihan Cup with them.
    • It quite saddened me for a while and put a dampener on my spirits.
    • A hamstring injury after just 10 miles put a dampener on his attempts to smash the six-hour barrier.
    • Two articles I wrote were unceremoniously dumped by both The Guardian and The Times, which put a dampener on my plans.
    • The wet weather on Saturday put a dampener on events over the weekend.
    • Organising a wedding should be an enjoyable experience, but often the stress of making the arrangements can put a dampener on the big day.