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收聲

Kűldve: chenweijun Csütörtök, 19/07/2018 - 02:25

Idiomatic translations of "收聲"

Shut up! Shut. Up!
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put a sock in it!
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Shut your face!
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shut yer gob!
zip/button it!
zip your lip/mouth!
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button your lip!
cut the cackle!
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hold your tongue!
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Shut the front door
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pipe down!
put a lid on it!
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shut your trap!
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ပါးစပ္ ပိတ္ထား (Pa Zat Pake Htar)
Hold kæft
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haud yer wheesht
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Älä sano!
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Ole hiljaa!
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Turpa kiinni!
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Écrase !
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ferme la/ta (bouche)!
håll tyst!
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tais toi!
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Francia #1, #2, Görög
La ferme !
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ta gueule!
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Ferme tin chucrier, les mouques al' vont rintrer
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Ferme eût'bouque, tin nez y va quere eûn'din
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Πάψε!
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βγάλε τον σκασμό!
σκάσε!
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βούλωσ'το!
πεφίμωσο!
σιώπα / σιωπάου!
चोंच बंद करना
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bek dicht!
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Diam lo!
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口にチャック
Tanca la boca!
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闭嘴!
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Tace!
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Conclude!
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zamknij dziób!
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Zamknij (buzię, gębę, mordę, pysk, twarz) się
Užčiaupk savo kakarynę!
Užtilk!/ Nutilk!
Užsičiaupk!
Diam kau
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Fresse !
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Schnauze!
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Halt's Maul
Halt' die Klappe!
Klapp igjen!
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hold kjeft!
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chiudi il becco!
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Chiudi quella boccaccia!
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заткнись!
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Orosz #1, #2
خاموش باش
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شتر دیدی ندیدی
دهنتو ببند، خفه شو
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خفه شو
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جلوی زبونت رو بگیر
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زیپ دهنو ببند
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Cale a boca!
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Ţine-ţi gura! Taci din gura!
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A callar
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¡cierra la/tu boca!
Håll käften
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prekini!
Зачепи губицу!
Ућути!
หุบปาก (hup-pak)
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sesini kes
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ağzını tut
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çeneni kapa
закрий пельку
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Meanings of "收聲"

Chinese (Cantonese)

saū sēng
direct translation would be to take back your sound/voice.

Explained by chenweijun on Csütörtök, 19/07/2018 - 02:25
Explained by chenweijun