How do you translate the idiom "sound off" in Spanish?
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I think that the suggestion in the other answer
Maybe it'd be better if you use
In the WordReference article for
There could be also other translations, for example in
Finally, in this other thread, they suggest that sometimes it could be translated by
At The Free Dictionary I found:
For the first meaning I would use: ”no dejar de hablar (de)” or ”pontificar (sobre)”
I am not sure about the second meaning.
Literal translation would be al sonido de like when saying I woke up at the sound of the alarm. However, the idiom is more complicated to be transalated to spanish since one needs the whole sentence in order to be able to find the right translation. I fear the ones previosly provided are good but, being an idiom you are asking about, the answer you seek might be different from the ones provided here.