Traducción de doorbell en Español:


timbre, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdɔːbɛl//ˈdɔrbɛl/


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    timbre masculino
    • I slowly limped to the house, rang the doorbell like a shy visitor, and waited for mom to greet me.
    • The children ring our doorbells in the middle of the night.
    • I ignore the doorbell when it rings because it's never a genuine visitor.
    • The girl rang the doorbell of a nearby house and told the owner what had happened.
    • I go home and people are running in and out of the house and not even ringing the doorbell.
    • But not everyone likes having their doorbell rung after dark, especially the elderly.
    • He rang the doorbell three times and sat outside my house in his car for over an hour.
    • She goes from house to house, ringing doorbells and then running away.
    • At about quarter to midnight the doorbell rang and more guests arrived.
    • The association also provides equipment and aids for use in daily living like television and stereo listening devices, smoke alarms and doorbells.
    • The dog is trained to alert them to doorbells, smoke alarms and phones.
    • Say you are visiting a friend in Paris and you want to ring his doorbell.
    • Both have been ringing more doorbells for several reasons.
    • A couple of weeks ago the postman rang the doorbell early on a Saturday morning.
    • A man rang the doorbell and said he was doing some work next door and would like a brew.
    • Help with mailings, attend campaign events, and volunteer to go ring doorbells with the candidate.
    • I grinned at him and gave him a hug just as the doorbell rang signalling the arrival of my friends.
    • Unionists have volunteered to go out and ring doorbells to urge people to cancel their subscriptions.
    • She has a sister who lives in Queens, but she has never had enough courage to ring the doorbell.
    • I'm not a jumpy person, especially when doorbells ring.