blare


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blare

 (blâr)
v. blared, blar·ing, blares
v.intr.
To sound loudly and stridently: a stereo blaring in the next apartment.
v.tr.
1. To cause to sound loudly and stridently: Don't blare the stereo.
2. To proclaim loudly and flamboyantly: headlines blaring the scandal.
n.
1. A loud, strident noise.
2. Flamboyance.

[Middle English bleren.]

blare

(blɛə)
vb
1. to sound loudly and harshly
2. to proclaim loudly and sensationally
n
a loud and usually harsh or grating noise
[C14: from Middle Dutch bleren; of imitative origin]

blare

(blɛər)

v. blared, blar•ing,
n. v.i.
1. to emit a loud, raucous sound; blast.
v.t.
2. to sound loudly; proclaim noisily: a radio blaring rock music.
n.
3. clamor.
4. glaring intensity of light or color.
5. fanfare; ostentation; flamboyance.
[1400–50; late Middle English bleren]

blare


Past participle: blared
Gerund: blaring

Imperative
blare
blare
Present
I blare
you blare
he/she/it blares
we blare
you blare
they blare
Preterite
I blared
you blared
he/she/it blared
we blared
you blared
they blared
Present Continuous
I am blaring
you are blaring
he/she/it is blaring
we are blaring
you are blaring
they are blaring
Present Perfect
I have blared
you have blared
he/she/it has blared
we have blared
you have blared
they have blared
Past Continuous
I was blaring
you were blaring
he/she/it was blaring
we were blaring
you were blaring
they were blaring
Past Perfect
I had blared
you had blared
he/she/it had blared
we had blared
you had blared
they had blared
Future
I will blare
you will blare
he/she/it will blare
we will blare
you will blare
they will blare
Future Perfect
I will have blared
you will have blared
he/she/it will have blared
we will have blared
you will have blared
they will have blared
Future Continuous
I will be blaring
you will be blaring
he/she/it will be blaring
we will be blaring
you will be blaring
they will be blaring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been blaring
you have been blaring
he/she/it has been blaring
we have been blaring
you have been blaring
they have been blaring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been blaring
you will have been blaring
he/she/it will have been blaring
we will have been blaring
you will have been blaring
they will have been blaring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been blaring
you had been blaring
he/she/it had been blaring
we had been blaring
you had been blaring
they had been blaring
Conditional
I would blare
you would blare
he/she/it would blare
we would blare
you would blare
they would blare
Past Conditional
I would have blared
you would have blared
he/she/it would have blared
we would have blared
you would have blared
they would have blared
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blare - a loud harsh or strident noiseblare - a loud harsh or strident noise  
noise - sound of any kind (especially unintelligible or dissonant sound); "he enjoyed the street noises"; "they heard indistinct noises of people talking"; "during the firework display that ended the gala the noise reached 98 decibels"
Verb1.blare - make a strident soundblare - make a strident sound; "She tended to blast when speaking into a microphone"
make noise, noise, resound - emit a noise
2.blare - make a loud noiseblare - make a loud noise; "The horns of the taxis blared"
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
tootle - play (a musical instrument) casually; "the saxophone player was tootling a sad melody"

blare

verb
1. blast, scream, boom, roar, thunder, trumpet, resound, hoot, toot, reverberate, sound out, honk, clang, peal Music blared from the flat behind me.
noun
1. sound, blast, burst, bang, roar, rumble, wail the blare of a radio through a thin wall

blare

verb
To proclaim in a blatantly startling way:
Translations
صَوْتُ البوق، دَوييَضِجُّ، يُدَوّي
řváttroubenívřeštěnívytrubovat
larmeskingre
harsogharsogás
gjall, gjallandigjalla
gausmasgriaudėti
skaņataurēt
vrieskanie
bangır bangır ötmekbas bas bağırmakgürültüpatırtı

blare

[blɛəʳ]
A. N [of music, siren] → estruendo m; [of trumpet] → trompetazo m
B. VT (also blare out) [+ words, order] → vociferar; [+ music] → tocar muy fuerte
C. VI (also blare out) [music, siren] → sonar a todo volumen, resonar

blare

[ˈblɛər]
vi [brass band, horns, radio] → beugler
n [radio, music, TV] → vacarme m

blare

nPlärren nt, → Geplärr nt; (of car horn)lautes Hupen; (of trumpets)Schmettern nt
viplärren; (car horn)laut hupen; (trumpets)schmettern; the music/his voice blared through the halldie Musik/seine Stimme schallte durch den Saal; he likes to drive with the music blaringer dreht die Musik im Auto gern voll auf (inf)
vt be quiet!, he blaredRuhe!, brüllte er

blare

[blɛəʳ]
1. n (of trumpet, car horn) → strombettio; (of siren) → urlo; (of radio) → frastuono
2. vt (also blare out) → far risuonare
3. vi (see n) → strombettare, urlare, suonare a tutto volume

blare

(bleə) verb
(often with out) to make a loud, harsh sound. The radio blared (out music).
noun
the blare of trumpets.
References in classic literature ?
The broken sounds floated down through an open window and out across the murmur of voices and the loud blare of the horns of the band.
Presently there was a distant blare of military music; it came nearer, still nearer, and soon a noble cavalcade wound into view, glorious with plumed helmets and flashing mail and flaunting banners and rich doublets and horse-cloths and gilded spear- heads; and through the muck and swine, and naked brats, and joyous dogs, and shabby huts, it took its gallant way, and in its wake we followed.
We reached the palace without anyone having noticed our absence, when, shortly after, a clashing of drums, and cymbals, and the blare of trumpets burst upon our astonished ears.
There was a blare of heated rage mingled with a certain expression of intentness on all faces.
They fell on one another with a mighty uproar--earth groaned, and the spacious firmament rang out as with a blare of trumpets.
They described the seething throng that filled the various fairs of Paris, the sea of faces, half seen in the glare of acetylene, half hidden in the darkness, and the blare of trumpets, the hooting of whistles, the hum of voices.
There was no beating of tom-toms now, nor blare of native horn, for Kaviri was a crafty warrior, and it was in his mind to take no chances, if they could be avoided.
The handles of the litter were supported by four men, who were from time to time relieved by fresh relays, -- even as the bearers of Mother Cybele used to take turn and turn about at Rome in the ancient days, when she was brought from Etruria to the Eternal City, amid the blare of trumpets and the worship of a whole nation.
And thus, with blare of paper trumpet, was he received by New York.
As they passed over the drawbridge, Alleyne marked the gleam of arms in the embrasures to right and left, and they had scarce set foot upon the causeway ere a hoarse blare burst from a bugle, and, with screech of hinge and clank of chain, the ponderous bridge swung up into the air, drawn by unseen hands.
From the city about us we could hear the din of great commotion, and quite close the sounds of battle--the crack of thousands of rifles, the yells of the soldiers, the hoarse commands of officers, and the blare of bugles.