Traducción de gunfire en Español:


disparos, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɡənˌfaɪ(ə)r//ˈɡʌnfʌɪə/


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    disparos masculino
    (from heavy artillery) cañoneo masculino
    (from heavy artillery) cañonazos masculino
    • Fires continue to belch smoke over the city and sporadic gunfire echoes through the flooded streets.
    • His sidekick dies in a storm of gunfire while the don and his aide's wife are critically wounded.
    • Sporadic gunfire could be heard and only pockets of resistance remained, according to the US.
    • The gunfire was the latest of a series of attacks amid an underworld war for contracted volumes of drugs.
    • With numb feet, aching limbs and the crack of gunfire ringing in our ears, a few hundred metres more seemed like a long way.
    • Tens of thousands of people have flocked to the city, desperate to escape the mortar and gunfire.
    • We paddled on in tense silence, waiting for more gunfire or perhaps the twang of a banjo, but they were not interested in us.
    • She said the deceased and herself were crossing the road when gunfire broke out suddenly as a car drove by.
    • Two hundred workers were injured and several killed by police gunfire.
    • He woke suddenly to shouted commands, drumming horses' hoofbeats, gunfire and screaming.
    • Gunmen have killed two American soldiers and injured four others in the latest wave of gunfire and explosions.
    • Evacuation attempts were disrupted by gunfire and armed looters ruled the streets.
    • A handful of poll centres were targets of mortar rounds and there were two reports of gunfire.
    • Yesterday there were sporadic exchanges of gunfire and a tank firing shells in the city.
    • Every few hours a patrol of armoured vehicles clanks down empty streets and there is an occasional crackle of gunfire.
    • The Palestinian hospital sources said the man had been killed by random gunfire.
    • It was not known if the governor was wounded by gunfire from the assailant or from shots fired afterward.
    • As the trumpeter sounded the gallop, the mounted squadrons faced devastating volleys of gunfire.
    • I could spot the enemy ships on the horizon, but only momentarily as they emerged from the screen of gunfire and smoke.
    • For the next two hours the sound of gunfire and explosions rang out.