Sabre in spanish

Sable

pronunciation: sɑble part of speech: noun
In gestures

saber [sabre, -UK] = sable. [Pincha en o para ver otras palabras que presentan esta variación en su terminación final según sean del inglés británico o del inglés americano]

Example: Sabers are similar to swords; the only difference is that sabers are smaller.

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» rattle + Posesivo + saber = amenazar, bravuconear, lanzar amenazas.

Example: President Bush is rattling his saber and has declared open season on Saddam personally.

» saber-rattler = bravucón militar.

Example: So let us tell these sabre-rattlers in clear terms that war is too serious a matter to be left to soldiers or politicians.

» saber rattling = bravata militar, bravuconería militar.

Example: Britain said on Saturday it was concerned at Iranian 'sabre-rattling' about possibly putting captured British naval personnel on trial.

» saber-toothed = de dientes de sable. 

Example: Recently, National Geographic had an article on a dog-sized, sabre-toothed animal discovered in Brazil.

sabre [saber, -USA] = sable. [Pincha en o para ver otras palabras que presentan esta variación en su terminación final según sean del inglés británico o del inglés americano]

Example: Sabers are similar to swords; the only difference is that sabers are smaller.

more:

» rattle + Posesivo + saber = amenazar, bravuconear, lanzar amenazas.

Example: President Bush is rattling his saber and has declared open season on Saddam personally.

» sabre-rattler = bravucón militar.

Example: So let us tell these sabre-rattlers in clear terms that war is too serious a matter to be left to soldiers or politicians.

» sabre rattling = bravata militar, bravuconería militar.

Example: Britain said on Saturday it was concerned at Iranian 'sabre-rattling' about possibly putting captured British naval personnel on trial.

» sabre-toothed = de dientes de sable. 

Example: Recently, National Geographic had an article on a dog-sized, sabre-toothed animal discovered in Brazil.
Sabre synonyms:
saber in spanish: , pronunciation: seɪbɜr part of speech: noun cavalry sword in spanish: , pronunciation: kævəlrisɔrd part of speech: noun
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