Translation of rattling in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈrædəlɪŋ//ˈrætlɪŋ//ˈratlɪŋ/



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    a rattling good yarn una historia sensacional
    • This book is certainly a rattling detective story.
    • The book is a rattling good read, even if it is on historiography.
    • You could, however, make an exception for Macdara Vallely's sparky little story that is not just a rattling good yarn, but also marks the arrival of a very promising new boy on the crowded Irish playwright block.
    • But it's a rattling good film that whips you along at a good pace, has some interesting side plots that come back in interesting ways and some bravura camerawork.
    • It was a rattling good adventure story that kept me gripped to the surprising end.
    • But still, over there, they recognise a rattling good story when they read one.
    • The first half, in particular, is a rattling tale of wartime adventure, culminating in Riddiford's final, successful escape with two others from an Austrian camp.
    • Figo converted and Real Madrid proceeded to shine and (mostly beyond them this season) showboat their way to a rattling 4-2 triumph.
    • ‘It is a rattling good yarn,’ he told the Western People.