Translation of clock radio in Spanish:

clock radio

radiodespertador, n.


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    radiodespertador masculine
    • He glanced across to the black clock radio and gasped.
    • I was woken at 6am by tinny plastic pop from the clock radio.
    • He turned his head to the clock radio on his bedside table and did a double take.
    • Clays had hooked up the stereo, the dancing lights, the clock radio, the lamps - even my hair dryer - to our own personal generator.
    • ‘Good morning Kurt,’ I finally stated to my clock radio, which was currently playing ‘Lithium’ by Nirvana.
    • The clock radio told me it was just after 3 PM and the school kids were starting to fill the sidewalks.
    • Harold awoke some time later - hours or only minutes, he couldn't be sure - his watch still resting on the night stand, the clock radio facing the window.
    • Devon looked at her alarm clock radio and saw the numbers 12: 51.
    • My wife always complained when my clock radio went off too many times, but the phone going off audibly only once doesn't wake her.
    • He glances briefly at the clock radio - and freezes.
    • He figured the clock radio had switched on automatically.
    • The game clock was slightly larger than your clock radio.
    • The clock radio's out of the script, but music's still going in.
    • I moaned and rolled over to look at my clock radio.
    • Even when his mother finally caught him, Graça couldn't kick the habit, and would covertly sneak his bedside clock radio under his covers.
    • That's when I woke up and saw the glowing numbers of my clock radio read 3: 56.
    • Minutes flip by on the clock radio until daylight pales.
    • She turned on the alarm clock radio in the bathroom to listen to the Playhouse on Jammin’ 95.5.
    • I think I'll buy both books to read while listening to All Night and set my clock radio to switch off at 9.00 am.
    • When he was in sixth grade, Tripp calculated the energy use of every appliance in the house, from the water boiler to his clock radio.