Spanish Word for whisper  

English Word: whisper

Spanish Word: susurrar
The Spanish Word for whisper
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Translated sentences containing 'whisper'
Say "yes" if you can hear me whisper
Diga "sí", si puede oírme susurrar.

It is not a whisper that is needed, however.
Sin embargo, no necesitamos un susurro.
At the moment it is only worth a whisper.
Por el momento lo más que suscita es un murmullo.
If there is even a whisper of doubt, you are assuming responsibility for endangering human lives.
Aunque solo haya un pequeño atisbo de duda, está asumiendo la responsabilidad de poner en peligro a vidas humanas.
I might even dare to whisper that the trade between us has undergone a revolution.
Me atrevería incluso a decir en voz baja que el comercio entre nosotros ha experimentado una revolución.
The reason for this may be that our demands for the protection of human rights and democracy in Belarus have to date been voiced in a mere whisper.
La razón es que hasta la fecha solo hemos susurrado nuestras demandas de protección de los derechos humanos y la democracia en Belarús.
So just do it at last; pay no heed to those who whisper lies in your ear, and do not succumb to the deceitful intoxication of power.
Así que háganlo por fin; no hagan caso de los que susurran mentiras en sus oídos y no sucumban a la engañosa intoxicación del poder.
We are about to send a strong message, yet the amendments tabled politicise the issue unnecessarily and, if supported, will water down the strong signal to a weak whisper.
Estamos a punto de enviar un mensaje convincente, pero las enmiendas propuestas politizan la cuestión sin necesidad y, si se respaldan, se suavizará el mensaje convincente hasta convertirlo en un leve susurro.
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