Traducción de deafening en Español:


ensordecedor, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈdɛf(ə)nɪŋ//ˈdɛf(ə)nɪŋ/


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    (roar/crash/noise) ensordecedor
    a deafening silence greeted the report el informe fue recibido con el más absoluto silencio
    • It was impossible to hear anything over the deafening crashing of the desks or the unbearable exploding of the hallways.
    • The rumbling of a crashing spacecraft was heard and the deafening noise stopped the argument.
    • They walked in and the noise was almost deafening.
    • The ring tone's on, but the music is deafening so I can't hear it.
    • The support for the British number one from the Birmingham crowd is deafening.
    • The blast was deafening so I knew my colleagues had heard it as well.
    • She could barely even hear herself over the deafening roar.
    • Then she heard the deafening roar of the bombs going off.
    • Supporters, many waving flags and home-made banners, cheered on their heroes and often the noise was deafening.
    • The stadium reverberated to the deafening roar of the national anthem.
    • She barely heard Tzaer shout over the deafening noise.
    • As usual, the room was filled with deafening applause.
    • Riho couldn't hear anything but the deafening roar.
    • The blessing was met with a mass 'Amen' and then deafening applause.
    • At 18.55 I heard a roar from the runway and looked over to see Concorde just taking off - the noise was deafening and it felt like it shook the bus.
    • The noise was quite deafening, and my attempt to block all these unwanted sounds by avoiding the vision was almost completely futile.
    • Someone raised the already deafening volume on the sound system to aching intensity.
    • Orlan had to yell in order to be heard over the deafening noise.
    • It was a deafening roar, perhaps the loudest sound ever heard.
    • At higher speeds, the engine noise was almost deafening.