whisper

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İngilizce - Türkçe
fısıldamak

Başkalarının önünde fısıldamak nezaketsizliktir. - It's rude to whisper in front of others.

fısıltı

Tom yüksek bir fısıltıyla konuştu. - Tom spoke in a loud whisper.

Tom, Mary ile fısıltılı olarak konuştu. - Tom spoke to Mary in a whisper.

fısfıs
fıs fıs konuşmak
dedikodu

Tom ve Mary birbirleriyle dedikodu yapıyorlardı. - Tom and Mary were whispering to each other.

{f} fısılda

O, bana aç olduğunu fısıldadı. - He whispered to me that he was hungry.

Tom Mary'ye en gizli sırrını fısıldadı. - Tom whispered his darkest secret to Mary.

fısıltı ile konuşmak
fısıldaşmak
{i} hışırtı
whispererfısıldayan kimse
dedikoducu veya iftiracı kimse
kulağna söylemek
Sohbet Sırasında Bir kişiye özel mesaj gönderilmesi
fısıltı ile söylenen söz
{i} söylenti
{f} hışırdamak
{f} fısıldamak; fısıldaşmak: She whispered to him that she was going to resign. Ona istifa edeceğini fısıldadı. What are you whispering about?
{f} dedikodu yapmak
{f} kulağına söylemek
{i} ima
fısırtı
whisper to each other
fısıldaşmak
whisper in the wind
rüzgardaki fısıltı
whisper box
Fısıltı Kutusu
whisper furtively
fiskos etmek
whisper headers
Fısıltı Üstlükleri
whisper in somebody's ear
kulağına söylemek
whisper sweet nothings
boş sözlerle avutmak
whisper translation
fısıltı çevirisi
whispering
{s} fısıltılı
whispered
(Bilgisayar) fısıldanan
whisperer
{i} fısıldayan kimse
whisperer
dedikoducu
whispering
fıs fıs
whispers
(Bilgisayar) şöyle fısıldıyor
whispering
{f} fıdsılda
whispering
{i} söylenti
careless whisper
dikkatsizce fısıldanılmış söz
quietly, in a whisper
sessizce, fısıltıyla
to whisper
fısıldaşmak
whispering
fısıldayarak
whisperings
fısıldamalar

we could only hear some whisperings.

in a whisper
fısıl fısıl
in a whisper
fısıltıyla
in a whisper
fısıldayarak

O, benimle fısıldayarak konuştu. - She spoke to me in a whisper.

stage whisper
suflörün fısıldaması
stage whisper
oyuncunun fısıldayarak konuşması
to whisper
fıs fıs konuşmak
whisperer
{i} dedikoducu kimse
whispering
{i} fısıltı
whispering
akustik
whispering
whispering campaign bir kişi veya grup aleyhine dedikodu veya iftira yayma
whispering
whispering sallery fısıltı sesini bir uçtan öbür uca nakleden koridor veya salon
whispering
{i} fısıldama
whispering
{s} fısıldayan

Tom onun adını fısıldayan bir ses duydu. - Tom heard a voice whispering his name.

whispering
fiskos
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of speaking in a quiet voice

Now, look here, Jim Hawkins, he said, in a steady whisper, that was no more than audible.

To talk in a quiet voice
{v} to speak in a low voice
{n} a low soft voice, a speaking softly
Sound created by turbulent glottal airflow in the absence of vocal fold vibration
speak softly; in a low voice
To speak with suspicion, or timorous caution; to converse in whispers, as in secret plotting
To address in a whisper, or low voice
To prompt secretly or cautiously; to inform privately
A low, soft, sibilant voice or utterance, which can be heard only by those near at hand; voice or utterance that employs only breath sound without tone, friction against the edges of the vocal cords and arytenoid cartilages taking the place of the vibration of the cords that produces tone; sometimes, in a limited sense, the sound produced by such friction as distinguished from breath sound made by friction against parts of the mouth
the light noise like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind
A low, sibilant sound
speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords
say very quietly, almost silently
If people whisper about a piece of information, they talk about it, although it might not be true or accurate, or might be a secret. Today, we no longer gasp when we hear a teenage girl is pregnant or whisper about unmarried couples who live together It is whispered that he intended to resign But don't whisper a word of that. Whisper is also a noun. I've heard a whisper that the Bishop intends to leave. = rumour
Something communicated in secret or by whispering; a suggestion or insinuation
See Voice, n
speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords speak softly; in a low voice
{f} speak softly; rustle; gossip; spread a rumor; scheme secretly
2, and Guide to Pronunciation, §§ 5, 153, 154
{i} soft speaking; something spoken softly; murmuring sound; rumor, gossip; trace, hint
To utter in a low and nonvocal tone; to say under the breath; hence, to mention privately and confidentially, or in a whisper
To speak softly, or under the breath, so as to be heard only by one near at hand; to utter words without sonant breath; to talk without that vibration in the larynx which gives sonorous, or vocal, sound
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See Whisper, n
To make a low, sibilant sound or noise
When you whisper, you say something very quietly, using your breath rather than your throat, so that only one person can hear you. `Keep your voice down,' I whispered She sat on Rossi's knee as he whispered in her ear He whispered the message to David Somebody whispered that films like that were illegal She whispered his name. Whisper is also a noun. Men were talking in whispers in every office
Allows a user to speak quietly into a radio and still be heard clearly
A cautious or timorous speech
whisper campaign
A method of persuasion in which damaging rumors or innuendo are deliberately spread concerning a person or other target, while the source of the rumors tries to avoid detection

McCain—who was famously burned in South Carolina in 2000 after his New Hampshire victory, when a whisper campaign and George Bush's dominance of the state's Republican party structure combined to deliver a crushing blow—was openly nervous.

stage whisper
A line that is performed on stage as if it were whispered, but is spoken loud enough that the audience can hear

Pretty legs, said Rebo in a stage whisper as Peter slowed down.

stage whisper
Alternative spelling of stage-whisper
stage-whisper
To perform a stage whisper

The captain's voice, by G–!” said the stage-whispering ruffian, and both robbers fled by the way of the back door, shutting off their bull's-eye as they ran.

whispered
Simple past tense and past participle of whisper
whisperer
Someone who tells secrets; a gossip
whispering
Present participle of whisper
whispering
Something that is whispered; gossip; a rumor
whispering
that whispers
whispering
the light noise like the noise of silk clothing or leaves blowing in the wind
whisperer
{n} one who speaks low or talks secretly
whispering
{n} the act of talking in whispers
To whisper
roun
To whisper
rown
To whisper
round
Whispering
susurrant
a whisper
roun
stage whisper
loud voice that is intended to sound like a whisper
stage whisper
If someone says something in a stage whisper, they say it as if they are speaking privately to one person, although it is actually loud enough to be heard by other people
stage whisper
a loud whisper that can be overheard; on the stage it is heard by the audience but it supposed to be inaudible to the rest of the cast
to whisper
susurrate
whispered
{s} said in a whisper; murmured
whispered
past of whisper
whispered
spoken in soft hushed tones (without vibrations of the vocal cords); "a long whispered conversation
whisperer
A tattler; one who tells secrets; a conveyer of intelligence secretly; hence; a backbiter; one who slanders secretly
whisperer
one who speaks in a whisper
whisperer
Someone who whispers
whisperer
{i} one who speaks softly, one who mumbles
whisperer
One who whispers
whisperers
plural of whisperer
whispering
{s} murmuring. speaking softly; speaking in a murmur
whispering
{i} speaking softly; murmur; rumor, gossip
whispering
associated with whispers
whispering
speaking softly without vibration of the vocal cords
whispering
from Whisper
whispering
making a low continuous indistinct sound; "like murmuring waves"; "susurrant voices"
whisperings
plural of whispering
whispers
plural of whisper
whispers
third-person singular of whisper
whisper