blares (third person present) · blared (past tense) · blared (past participle) · blaring (present participle)
  1. make or cause to make a loud, harsh sound.
    "the ambulance arrived outside, siren blaring" ·
    "the wireless was blaring out organ music"
    blast · sound loudly · trumpet · clamour · boom · roar · thunder ·
  1. a loud, harsh sound.
    "a blare of trumpets"
late Middle English (in the sense ‘roar, bellow’): from Middle Dutch blaren, bleren, or Low German blaren, of imitative origin. Current senses date from the late 18th century.
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the ambulance arrived outside, siren blaring.
the wireless was blaring out organ music.
a blare of trumpets.
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Laguages Translations
Arabic بلار
Bangla তূর্য
Bosnian (Latin) trubiti
Bulgarian свиря
Cantonese (Traditional) 布勒雷
Catalan estrèpit
Chinese Simplified 布勒雷
Chinese Traditional 布勒雷
Croatian trubiti
Czech lomoz
Danish gjalde
Dutch geschetter
Estonian pasundama
Finnish toitottaa
French flonflons
German (NOUN)schmettern
Greek σάλπισμα
Hebrew תרועה
Hindi गूंज रहा
Hungarian harsog
Italian squillo
Japanese 大声で叫ぶ
Korean 말하
Latvian sirēnu
Lithuanian trimituoti
Persian بابک
Portuguese (VERB)disparam
Querétaro Otomi fragor
Romanian trâmbiţa
Russian (NOUN)рев
Serbian (Cyrillic) буљиљ
Serbian (Latin) buljiљ
Slovak trúbia
Slovenian jek
Spanish (NOUN)estruendo
Swedish skrälla
Telugu బ్లౌశ్
Tongan ka
Ukrainian Блер
Urdu للکارنا
Yucatec Maya fragor
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