There are 3 main translations of bark in Spanish

: bark1bark2bark3

bark1

ladrido, n.

Pronunciation /bɑːk//bɑrk/

noun

  • 1

    (of dog, seal) ladrido masculine
    (of fox) aullido masculine
    (of person) rugido masculine
    to give a bark ladrar
    • Her face looks like thunder from the moment she gets up and any conversation is said in short barks.
    • A small bark of a laugh escaped the Freeman's lips, so close to her ear, yet his grip about her body only increased slightly.
    • The dogs outside went into a flurry of barks and snarls, and we both looked up.
    • The bark of seals drowns out the din of the city you left behind, and at night the canal's placid silence is just what you need to decompress.
    • In general, vocalizations are varied and include: trumpeting, whistles, twitters, honks, barks, grunts, quacks, croaks and growls.
    • Other species, including nonhuman primates, do not seem to learn vocalization in this way but have their various barks and growls hard-wired from birth.
    • A pull of the trigger and the short bark of the gun filled the immediate area even as other bullets and screams grew louder.
    • Every second, even when the dog disappeared from view, I could hear its barks and growls.
    • We're greeted by a chorus of excited barks and yelps.
    • She laughed then, her barks ringing among the trees.
    • As I tucked into this steaming Bunter-sized platter out on the darkening waters, I swear I heard the seals give a loud bark of disapproval.
    • The wolf gave a sharp bark and motioned towards the exit.
    • He guides you to long satisfying laughs or giddy giggles, while the rest of the cast scares you into sharp barks of laughter.
    • He heard the sharp bark of a dog moments before the bang of pistol fire.
    • A golden retriever was running quickly towards her, his sharp barks awakening the other dogs in the neighborhood.
    • Then JacobGoldGotti would laugh - a humorless bark that made everyone uneasy.
    • Next thing she knew Poochie was making an uproar of barks and growls.
    • The closest the aliens are shown to violence in the movie is when, as they approach the house, Graham's dog outside barks… and her barks trail off into squeals, and into silence.
    • As soon as the click of key-in-lock was heard Melanie's sharp barks followed.
    • The words he spoke grated against the dry throat, and he coughed, the harsh bark filling the grand room as the man's own blood flecked his lips.
    • A sharp bark erupted along with the whistling, she didn't pay much mind to it and thought she'd imagined it.
    • A sharp inward breath as splinters from the wall behind and to his right whizzed past his ears as the explosive bark of the gun nearly deafened him.
    • I watch as they sit together, deep in conversation, oblivious to the yelps and scuffles and barks taking place around their feet.
    • After possibly hours of escaping, the heavy thundering of steps and short, barks of orders ended.
    • It was something in-between a bark and a growl and leaned strongly towards a snarl.
    • She laughed, a short scoff of a bark, and Lana even managed to smile, even if it was a bit wan and forced.
    • Freddy let out a sharp bark of laughter, causing Carter to come out of his stupor.
    • The guys all elicited little coughs to hide their barks of laughter especially after they saw the look on Chantal's face.
    • I know some can feel D's pain when he lays it down about his love for the streets, but every time he screams, yells, howls and barks, I lose patience.
    • The pup stopped in front of him, and gave a sharp bark.
    • They also communicate with snarls, barks, growls, and whines.
    • Then there is another pause before it all starts up again, fire dopplering from one side of town to the other, now a rapid series of what sound like the distinctive bark of an AK47.
    • Eve grabbed the door handle, turned it, then let out a bark of a laugh.
    • The apes bare the fierceness of their fangs, and their barks and snarls pierce the quietude of the forest.
    • With a sharp bark, Rush pulled away from the other robot, transforming into jet mode as he did so.
    • Whenever he came around, Chase would grow into a fit of barks and growls so ferocious Lia had to put him outside or in her bedroom.
    • The Prince laughed, if the humorless barks of sound could really be called laughter.
    • A small bark of laughter sounded from her lips, and she turned to flash a small smile.
    • The chunky boy asked with a loud bark of a laugh before he shoved Sammy's shoulder hard enough that she stumbled back a step and further into the crates.
    • Most of the wolves were nodding to each other and conversing in wolf speech, which consisted mostly of growls, grunts, barks and howls.

intransitive verb

  • 1

    (dog/seal) ladrar
    • The dog barked at an empty space and my Dad finally admitted he'd had the same dreams as me.
    • A dog barks somewhere off in the floods, but otherwise it's awfully, eerily quiet.
    • The kids in the village are swarming up and down my road tonight, setting the dogs barking.
    • When I knocked on her door, the dog barked and came to sniff under the door.
    • She said: ‘At about 4am, my boyfriend woke up and the dog started barking.’
    • A dog barked at her but completely ignored the stranger.
    • A mass of dogs rush out barking, jumping up against the car.
    • At one point you could hear Laci's dog barking in the background.
    • The dog barked at the cat and made to steal the cat's food.
    • The wild dogs started barking and baring their teeth.
    • He whines, whimpers and barks at anything that dares enter our garden, even if it's only birds doing a fly over.
    • Neighbours found him after they heard the family dog barking repeatedly.
    • Dogs barked at the sound of his voice and the words came reverberating back to him.
    • As I walked past, the dogs barked at me, and one lunged at me and bit me on the leg.
    • Dogs barked at the distance, greeting each other and saying farewell.
    • Car alarms are the most detested noise, followed by folks arguing, dogs barking, loud music, and banging doors.
    • The puppies barked at me, they wanted it back, and they were angry!
    • The night was still, and not even the dogs barked back.
    • His older brother, Karl, was in the house but did not realise anything was wrong until he heard the dog barking.
    • The dog barked at the girl, baring it's canines threateningly at her.
  • 2US

    (shout)
    gritar
    to bark at sb gritarle a algn
    • the sergeant barked at them furiously el sargento les gritó furioso
    • Unseen in the Vancouver dugout, manager Jack McKeon barked commands into a transmitter.
    • Adrian was at my side barking a command of his own.
    • He barked a command, and the soldiers within the wagon shouted, climbing out of the wagon, their swords long and wide to wield, yet with a devastating blade and strong hilted.
    • ‘Suck it up and get back on the trail,’ the director barked.
    • Snapping out from her thoughtful reverie, she barked an order to the warriors under her command.
    • As the band lets the dueling guitars heat up, Johnson barks like a flea market pitchman, bargaining with wary shoppers for humanism and attention.
    • He terrified her with his brashness and the multiple phones on his desk and the way he would bark, ‘Hello, is that Tokyo?’
    • A"Step right up to the Shootin' Corral fellas, first shot's for free!" he had barked in a greasy rasp at cringing fair-goers who tried to creep by his booth unnoticed,
    • But some gift: now anytime anybody barks a command her way, no matter how degrading or destructive, Ella instinctively jumps to the ready.
    • They're the only ones allowed to look sensible and informed as they bark questions at shifty politicians.
    • But since she's a woman, barking orders left and right, she's suddenly a bad person.
    • The Black Dragon Pool Park was enjoyable,except for the countless vendors barking for my attention.
    • His boss is a brutish oaf who barks orders and commands with little care for his employee's dignity.
    • Kojiro never did anything except scream and yell and bark orders at everyone he came in contact with.
    • Often, when I'm at the airport I see long lines at ticket counters and no one using the kiosks until a roving airline agent barks at people to use the machines.
    • The violent child, who couldn't have been more than four or five, was plucked from the group of children and a sharp command was barked.
    • Don't bark instructions: Don't shout encouragement like a coach with a megaphone.
    • Soon the dazed POWs heard strange voices barking commands in English.
    • Then, Leslie barked some command, and we all started doing ‘side steps’.
    • The coach barked instructions for his players to stay put.
    • So as I'm talking to a customer, a well-heeled looking but visibly distressed woman barks at me, asking me where the entrance to the pool is.
    • There was a brief pause before another question was barked with a peculiar undertone to it.
    • From a colourful assortment of fruits, vegetables, fish and meats to vendors barking about bargains for anybody who will listen.
    • I'm halfway to my seat when the substitute teacher barks at me, ‘Sit down, sir!’

transitive verb

  • 1

    (shout)
    (question/instructions) espetar
    to bark (out) an order gritar una orden

transitive verb

  • 1

    (graze)
    to bark one's knuckles pelarse / rasparse los nudillos
  • 2

    (strip)
    (log/tree) descortezar
    • When the celebrations reached their height, initiates climbed nine-foot trees that were barked and notched to form ladders.
    • The others barked the logs, the sawing was done, and each one of the nine men received two wagon loads of good lumber for his share.
    • We felled trees for posts and beams using an old Royal Chinook two-person falling saw and then barked the logs with large drawknives.

There are 3 main translations of bark in Spanish

: bark1bark2bark3

bark2

corteza, n.

Pronunciation /bɑːk//bɑrk/

noun

  • 1

    (on tree)
    corteza feminine
    • Dropping with my back against the tree, the sharp edges of the bark cut my hands in several places.
    • This kind of older tree bark was removed easily by hand.
    • The tree's bark has started to peel, a sure sign that it is dying, Griffiths adds.
    • The many foresters in the group moved slowly as well, squinting up at the crowns of the trees, feeling bark and leaves and identifying the many species we walked among.
    • The beetle normally hatches in August and then spends the winter, dormant, in larvae beneath the bark.
    • As her focus was shifted slightly from her path, a tree stood stationary as she collided into the sharp bark.
    • The guava has a bark of smooth brown that flakes off from time to time revealing its sensuous green undergarment.
    • They assume the form of inanimate objects such as bird droppings, tree bark and leaves to protect themselves.
    • I leaned onto the rough bark of the tree branch, wondering if that what a good thing.
    • Being leaf eaters, they eat a great deal of leaves, fruits, twigs, and tree bark; they have chambered stomachs.
    • Visitors also have a chance to taste tambelo, a grub that lives inside the bark of mangroves.
    • Later in the season, the caterpillars re-emerge to spin cocoons and overwinter under the loose bark of the trees.
    • The woodpeckers peel large chunks of bark off of dead trees while foraging for insects.
    • On the outer bark of the tree are brown spots, said to resemble the rust spots of nails.
    • The trees still had brown bark and bright green leaves, but the blossoms were blue, purple, silver, all at once.
    • Rhea pressed her hands against the trunk of a tree, it's bark smooth and gray-green.
    • I started to look on the ground around the tree for fallen bark and branches, and what I saw was a veritable goldmine of wood that would be just the thing for the huts.
    • We sheltered under the shade of the massive overwhelming oak trees whose bark was protected from vandalism by vicious spikes forced into the trunk.
    • They allow me to operate at a comfortable standing position and to feel around before snipping, avoiding damage to the bark of the hedge itself.
    • Despite being a tree with relatively smooth bark, the branch flexed a little and scraped at his palms.

There are 3 main translations of bark in Spanish

: bark1bark2bark3

bark3

Pronunciation /bɑːk//bɑrk/

noun

US

  • 1

    barque
    • On an indictment for manslaughter it appeared that the prisoner was a pilot, and was on board a Portuguese barque sailing down the Thames.
    • If this journey included a trip on the Nile, the golden barque was put on a papyriform transport boat and taken to its destination.
    • Our NOVA team, which coalesced in Giza last night, was immersed in that story today as we examined and filmed the famous Solar Barque of Khufu.