Jarring in spanish

Discorde

pronunciation: diskoʊɹ̩de part of speech: adjective
In gestures

jar2 = enervar, perturbar, trastornar, sacudir. 

Example: She analyzes how her memory was jarred by this massacre.

jarring1 = sacudidas. 

Example: The constant jarring of running can be hard on the back.

jarring2 = disonante, discordante, irritante, que raya. 

Example: The protagonist experiences a jarring descent from the heights of literary distinction at court to the coarseness of common experience.
Jarring synonyms:
rough in spanish: áspero, pronunciation: rʌf part of speech: adjective bumpy in spanish: desigual, pronunciation: bʌmpi part of speech: adjective cacophonous in spanish: cacofónico, pronunciation: kækəfɑnəs part of speech: adjective jolting in spanish: sacudidas, pronunciation: dʒoʊltɪŋ part of speech: adjective cacophonic in spanish: cacofónico, pronunciation: kækəfɑnɪk part of speech: adjective jolty in spanish: escabroso, pronunciation: dʒoʊlti part of speech: adjective unsmooth in spanish: no suave, pronunciation: ənsmuθ part of speech: adjective
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