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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 ?
He went down to the river and blared across the shallows where Deesa used to wash him, hut there was no answer.
It feared nothing that moved or talked save the colonel and the regimental Roman Catholic chaplain, the fat Father Dennis, who held the keys of heaven and hell, and blared like an angry bull when he desired to be convincing.
At times during the quiet day, freedom songs blared out from the same loudspeakers.
From the car's cassette recorder blared the words "Taliban, Taliban" in song.
Carl Bridson yelled abuse, blared out music and damaged the couple's property over five years, a court heard.
James Harden dribbled the ball between his legs and behind his back several times from the top of the key while smiling and bobbing his head to the music being blared over the loudspeakers with five minutes left before the opening tipoff.
On Sunday mornings Jesus rock was blared through the house as everyone went about her particular pregame rituals.
Then, like multicolored inchworms, bodies began to surge in from the sides as a bass guitar rift blared and indecipherable lyrics burbled amid dire, comprehensible fragments like "I suited it out, boy.
Remember Mike Kelley's 1987 felt banner that blared PANTS SHITTER AND PROUD P.
The players had a sleepless night ahead of the third day as loud music blared from a party in the team hotel.
Corporate governance isn't the story it was last year, when business headlines blared almost daily about the travails of Enron, Tyco and WorldCom and the birth of the Sairbanes-Oxley Act.
John's University, sat anonymously in the school cafeteria as his first record, "It's Like That," blared over the PA system; how his "King Of Rap" rhyme was changed to "King Of Rock" by a visionary Russell Simmons in an early recording session.