Translation of reedy in Spanish:

reedy

aflautado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈridi//ˈriːdi/

adjectivereedier, reediest

  • 1

    (voice) aflautado
    (voice) atiplado
    • Countless sounds are utilised, from a harp to a child's toy, while Adem's understated voice is reedy and affecting, belying the fact that he was merely the bass player in Fridge.
    • Representing the tour was H. Bartow Farr III, who is 56, looks 10 years younger, speaks carefully without being showy, and with a reedy tone in his voice.
    • Simon O'Neill's voice is almost reedy enough to be authentically French, and he is mostly successful at coping with the score's Wagnerian demands without heaviness.
    • Their cries were like the whispers of the night: reedy sounds which almost served to disguise the location of the maker.
    • He's got a high, reedy voice, that paradoxically creates a special strength in its vulnerability.
    • Her voice was thin and reedy; her throat clicked drily as she tried to swallow.
    • The bore is no wider than that of a clarinet, but the greater length produces an attractive reedy sound.
    • She has a high-pitched reedy voice that doesn't stretch into the corners of these dark hued songs as much as shimmer above them like an unreliable narrator.
    • Rogers has one of those thin, reedy voices popular on the radio right now; another producer would probably turn her into a sound effect, the way Lil Jon did with Ciara on ‘Goodies’.
    • Most of it simply buzzes and squeaks, a reedy clarinet against a rhythm section of cash registers and ticker tape.
    • Charters was always played by Basil Radford, a heavy-set actor with a moustache and a scar, and Caldicott by Naunton Wayne, a small man with a reedy voice and a perpetually worried expression.
    • This guy is speaking in a quick, nervous, reedy sort of voice that makes me think of Woody Allen.
    • French bassoons had a reedy, pungent tone, quite unlike the rounded timbre of German bassoons.
    • ‘Each man kills the thing he loves,’ sings Moreau in reedy, exhausted tones that recapitulate the inevitable downward trajectory of every star's career.
    • He sings in his usual reedy voice, sounding all but lost in the swirl.
    • As Sally, Alyson Hannigan does an unearthly impression of the young Meg Ryan: complete with pert and self-satisfied little smirk and reedy, weedy voice.
    • Her voice is annoyingly reedy, with a fast vibrato and intonation slightly under pitch.
    • Jorma Silvasti, the tenor, has a bright, slightly reedy tone, rather than the big heroic voice required for the fanfare opening of the symphonic version.
    • Perhaps the signs that this movie is some sort of dream are altogether too conspicuous: all three women look like willowy sisters, with their thin faces and reedy voices.
    • The one stumbling block is perhaps Graham's voice. It remains as reedy and weedy as ever, giving the impression of the love-lorn loser that this critic suspects he rather likes to play up to.
  • 2

    (overgrown with reeds)
    poblado de juncos
    • I really like getting ‘as one’ with a river though, so I like to use a pair of waders and stand in the river in the edge and trot down from that position; generally I choose a weedy or reedy margin to shield my presence from the fish.
    • Her compassion (a divine quality) leads Pharaoh's daughter to rescue Moses from the reedy water just as Yahweh delivers the Hebrews from the Sea of Reeds.
    • The female leopard usually gives birth to between two and three cubs, usually in a cave among rocks, thickets, hollow trees, reedy nests or wherever she can find cover.
    • The river down which we are gently chugging is clear and fairly shallow, about 200 metres wide, edged with reedy dunes, leading back to pine-forested gentle slopes.
    • A group of rush cabins nestle among canals that drain the reedy marshes into the open water.
    • Somewhere in the reedy wetlands of easternmost England, Britain's tallest and perhaps rarest resident bird is making itself at home, more than four centuries after being forced into exile.
    • Little grebes may be expected in the vicinity of Breydon Water all year; up to 20 breeding pairs occupy reedy dykes at Berney and alongside the south wall.
    • Swollen with meltwater from the mountains, a stream rushed between reedy banks.
    • Or perhaps she is a pale Cleopatra, fleeing armor-clad Roman soldiers, finding her way to a reedy marsh and then captured by her own slim reflection.