Translation of clipped in Spanish:

clipped

cortado, adj.

Pronunciation /klɪpt//klɪpt/

adjective

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    (tone/accent/speech) cortado
    • But the voice that echoed from the machine wasn't Tommi's - it was the clipped tones of Matt's mother.
    • He has a cheery, vaguely working class accent rather than Bond's clipped, public schoolboy tones.
    • Eden, who was used to the clipped speech of her birthplace, was fascinated and amused.
    • Martin's mother-in-law had one of those professional telephone voices, all nasally tones and clipped sentences.
    • He had grown fairly adept at imitating Jimjim's clipped speech.
    • ‘I am certain, sir,’ he said in a clipped tone, his sea-green aura streaked with red.
    • Iselle's speech, normally clipped, now dripped like acid in the air.
    • Alris' clipped tone made Eric look up; her manner didn't seem ruffled in the slightest, while his world was in chaos.
    • Puzzled anger at the sudden uproar crossed Henry's face, but his wife spoke first in clipped tones.
    • What is interesting about Mullova here is her opening notes in the Bartók, which have an almost clipped sound.
    • Jake was not part of the conversation and answered questions with short clipped answers.
    • From the clipped liquid sounds it spoke I'd guess it had gotten little more than half the sounds I'd spoken.
    • Coward himself gives a rather humourless performance as the Captain, hampering the characterisation with his clipped and affected speech delivery.
    • The last time I saw him, he talked in short, clipped tones.
    • She folded her arms across her chest and responded in a sharp and clipped tone, her voice resonating across the mall.
    • ‘And I don't expect you will,’ the manager said in a clipped tone.
    • His voice took on a clipped, authoritative tone.
    • It was a short, clipped sound, but at least it was there.
    • A big problem faced by business, declared Browne in his clipped English tones, was the creation of ‘pseudo markets’ by governments.
    • His clipped tones could have put the message through, but his unsmiling face made it clearer: she wasn't wanted.
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    (abbreviated)
    (word) apocopado
    (word) abreviado