full-throated

full-throated

adj
(of a voice, laugh, shout, etc) using the full range or power
Translations

full-throated

[ˌfʊlˈθrəʊtɪd] ADJ [cry etc] → fuerte, a pleno pulmón

full-throated

[ˌfʊlˈθrəʊtɪd] adj (shout) → a piena gola
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the leap, the screaming and the splashing of the horse, and the crunch crunch of bones; and yet again, the sombre twilight and the sad silence of the end of day, and then the great full-throated roar, sudden, like a trump of doom, and swift upon it the insane shrieking and chattering among the trees, and I, too, am trembling with fear and am one of the many shrieking and chattering among the trees.
Now he rattled forth full-throated sentences about patriotism, national glory, and the people's right; now he muttered some perilous stuff or other, in a sly and doubtful whisper, so cautiously that even his own conscience could scarcely catch the secret; and now, again, he spoke in measured accents, and a deeply deferential tone, as if a royal ear were listening to his wellturned periods.
Hereat, simply as a child engrossed with a new game, the lama threw back his head and began the full-throated invocation of the Doctor of Divinity ere he opens the full doctrine.
The purr grew louder, and ended in the full-throated "Aaarh
WASHINGTON -- A prominent Republican critic says President Donald Trump should be challenged in 2020 by a candidate who opposes tariffs and objects to Trump's full-throated attacks on political opponents and the media.
Regardless, this is that time of the year when we put everything aside and agree that full-throated nationalism is a cool and fun thing that we have always enjoyed.
The lectures are a full-throated challenge to the hegemony of New Criticism as an esthetic and critical practice, they say, and each one addresses Olson's notion of "projective verse" (Duncan's "field poetics"), a method of composition that encourages the variables of personal creative practice to interact within a larger historical process of cultural realization.
Vincent, everybody sings, full-throated and wholeheartedly
To add insult to injury, Maduro has called on the newly-elected sham Constituent Assembly to occupy the same premises as the duly elected National Assembly, and pressured the Venezuelan opposition to meekly accept his full-throated assault on Venezuelas Constitution, its democratic values, and the rule of law.
The apex court observed that the absconders were making full-throated speeches about respecting the judiciary, but they were not appearing before the courts to face cases.
The Oratory, daily, 10am-6pm Alex Lipinski's caressing sympathy, full-throated resentment, and the raw rockabilly excitement of earliest Elvis have grabbed unwary listeners at clubs from his native West Country to Krakow, from Philadelphia to New York and beyond.
Rick Perry might have given Donald Trump a full-throated endorsement for president, but he is not so fond of the presumptive Republican nominee's plan to build a wall along the U.