Translation of loudhailer in Spanish:

loudhailer

megáfono, n.

Pronunciation /laʊdˈheɪlə//ˌlaʊdˈheɪlər/

noun

British

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    megáfono masculine
    • There he is, sitting in the front seat of a car and shouting to all and sundry over a loudhailer that it's time for change.
    • The director of operations at the city council, stunned onlookers last year when he grabbed a loudhailer and started yelling at people to pick up their rubbish.
    • The first hunting horn sounded shortly before 11 am but was drowned out by a determined campaigner and his loudhailer.
    • Workers turning up for the afternoon shift were then sacked by loudhailer!
    • We didn't realise until the cop cars and loudhailers appeared.
    • Floods also caused some rail services to be diverted, and the Environment Agency issued warnings via loudhailers that the River near the Rail Station was running high.
    • On Tuesday, police with loudhailers went in front of the Stand to alert punters that professional teams of pickpockets were working in the area.
    • The two handheld loudhailers have been replaced with a major Public Address system providing a full race commentary throughout the day.
    • Apart from annoying the people you're trying to encourage, it should be noted that no loudhailers should he used after 8pm, or within 100 yards of a polling station on election day.
    • One thing seems clear: the potential use of loudhailers on helicopters has not been exhausted.
    • As the President was introduced to dignitaries, a demonstrator produced a loudhailer and heckled him until he was drowned out by the band playing the US national anthem.
    • Cars with loudhailers exhorted people to get out and vote.
    • Sometimes his exhortations resemble those of a student union leader in a denim jacket and a loudhailer.
    • Some looked angry, while others seemed more amused as some of the angriest protesters bellowed at them through a loudhailer.
    • The procession lurched on its way, Bing Crosby warbling White Christmas from an ancient loudhailer.
    • The loudhailer sounds for about 7 seconds and is off for the remainder of the time.
    • Agency staff also patrolled the River banks at the two towns where the river burst its banks, using loudhailers to advise householders to evacuate.
    • The community leader and councillor used a loudhailer to address a crowd of angry pensioners at a grant paypoint yesterday.
    • The new clauses ban the use of loudhailers in the vicinity of Parliament at any time except for certain specified purposes, such as in an emergency.
    • A brief pause and the band troops back on, clustering in the middle of the stage around those two loudhailers.