Translation: from spanish

to chirp

  • 1 piar

    v.
    to cheep, to tweet.
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    Conjugation model [ DESVIAR], like link=desviar desviar
    1 to chirp, tweet
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    VI
    1) [ave] to cheep
    2) * (=hablar) to talk, chatter
    3) * (=quejarse) to whine, grouse *

    piarlas* to be forever whining o grousing *

    4) * (=soplar) to spill the beans *

    ¡no la píes! — don't let on! *

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    verbo intransitivo to chirp, tweet
    * * *
    = chirp, twitter.
    Ex. Many music theorists claim that passages in music refer to objects, such as babbling brooks, chirping birds, rustling leaves, and chugging trains, by imitating them.
    Ex. We passed by a cherry tree already in full blossom, though it was only March, and noticed the sound of skylarks twittering above our heads.
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo to chirp, tweet
    * * *
    = chirp, twitter.

    Ex: Many music theorists claim that passages in music refer to objects, such as babbling brooks, chirping birds, rustling leaves, and chugging trains, by imitating them.

    Ex: We passed by a cherry tree already in full blossom, though it was only March, and noticed the sound of skylarks twittering above our heads.

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    piar [ A17 ]
    vi
    to chirp, tweet
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    piar ( conjugate piar) verbo intransitivo
    to chirp, tweet
    piar vi (pájaro) to chirp, cheep, tweet
    ' piar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    cheep
    - chirp
    - tweet
    * * *
    piar vi
    to cheep, to tweet
    * * *
    v/i tweet, chirrup
    * * *
    piar {85} vi
    : to chirp, to cheep, to tweet
    * * *
    piar vb to chirp

    Spanish-English dictionary > piar

  • 2 piular

    v.
    to chirp, to chirrup, to cheep.
    * * *
    VI to cheep, chirp

    Spanish-English dictionary > piular

  • 3 pipiar

    VI to cheep, chirp

    Spanish-English dictionary > pipiar

  • 4 piada

    • cheep
    • chirp

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > piada

  • 5 parásitos

    m.pl.
    hash noise, chirp.

    Spanish-English dictionary > parásitos

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