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audio voz

f., pl. vo·ces
  1. voice
    ella tiene la voz aguda she has a shrill voice
  2. (ruido) noise, sound
    la voz del mar the sound of the sea
  3. (consejo) voice
    la voz de la experiencia the voice of experience
  4. (vocablo) term, expression
    una voz anticuada an old-fashioned expression
  5. music voice, part
  6. grammar voice
    voz pasiva passive voice
  7. figurative (rumor) story, rumor
    se corrió la voz the rumor got around
  8. (opinión) opinion
    voz pública public opinion
  9. (facultad de hablar) say, voice
    tener voz to have a say
  10. (voto) vote, support

Idioms:
alzar or levantar la voz
to raise one's voice
a media voz
in a low voice
a una voz
with one voice, unanimously
a voces
shouting
a voz en cuello
at the top of one's voice
dar voces
to shout
de viva voz
by word of mouth
en voz alta
aloud, in a loud voice
llevar la voz cantante
figurative to be the boss, call the shots
pedir a voces
to clamor for, cry out for
tener voz ronca
to be hoarse
voces
clamor, outcry
voz activa
grammar active voice
voz cantante
music leading part
voz del pueblo
voice of the people, vox populi
voz de mando
military order, command
voz de trueno
booming voice
Inflected Forms: voces - femi

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