Translation of peal in Spanish:

peal

Pronunciation: /pil//piːl/

noun

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    peal of bells (sound, musical pattern) repique de campanas masculine
    • they burst into peals of laughter se empezaron a reír a carcajadas
    • a peal of thunder un trueno
    • Friends they visited recalled the peals of laughter that would come from their room.
    • We were getting dressed in our cabin when we heard Peggy starting to laugh next door and she went on and on, peal after peal.
    • Soon, her peals of laughter echoed through the trees around them.
    • From the kitchen, she could hear peals of laughter sounding where Robert, the butler, was doubtless entertaining her younger siblings.
    • Massive peals of laughter rang out from the passenger seat.
    • I was then seized by sudden peals of laughter which echoed and resounded through the rusting steel roof of the building.
    • Finally, you'd say what I wanted to hear, and then I'd feel relieved for a few seconds, and we'd collapse into peals of laughter.
    • I can almost hear the peals of laughter echoing up and down the land.
    • This led to peals of laughter from my partner and the two girls.
    • These shows only lasted a few seconds but were always followed by thunderous peals of laughter, especially by the ‘artist’ himself.
    • The man behind all this is short in height but it is no tall order for him to send people into peals of laughter.
    • In his humorous way he sent people into peals of laughter.
    • Everyone silenced, looking at him standing there, and then, peals of laughter echoed round the table.
    • It is not unusual for him to burst into peals of laughter on and off the track.
    • Suddenly there was the sound of a branch breaking in the clutter of trees followed by loud peals of laughter.
    • This was considered a top class joke, and always sent the crowd into peals of laughter.
    • I peeped at her, bursting into peals of laughter.
    • He and Pamela broke into a peal of stifled giggling!
    • Again, a peal of laugher erupted from the man beside him.
    • To her chagrin, Nook burst out in peals of unrestrained mirth.

intransitive verb

literary

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    (bells) repicar
    (bells) tocar a vuelo

transitive verb

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    (bells) repicar
    (bells) tocar a vuelo