full-throated

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full-throated

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

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

[ˌfʊlˈθrəʊtɪd] adj (shout) → a piena gola
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