It is when a word imitates the sound it is trying to represent. Moo- to imitate the sound a cow makes Pow- to imitate the sound a punch makes Ding- to imitate the sound a bell makes Etc. It is commonly spelled onomatopoeia.
Yes, it makes a sound. Sound doesn't come from hearing something, but from the result of something happening, created, or an event taking place.
Have someone test your battery with a load tester.
by the "whooping" sound a person makes from trying to breath after having a coughing fit.
The ISBN of A Sound Like Someone Trying Not to Make a Sound is 0385746806.
A hog sometimes makes a snorting sound, and sometimes makes a squealing sound.
It makes a bubbly sound
It makes a hoooooorw sound
The Sound That A Camera Makes Is A Clicking Or Snapping Sound
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A sheep makes a "Baa" sound A sheep goes "Baa" or makes a "meeer"sound
The reed itself makes the sound. The oboe is what allows you to change the sound that the reed makes.
Yes there's always a sound somewhere Like wind makes a sound cars makes a sound animals makes sound
the amplitude of a sound wave makes sound loudness and softer.. damping makes a sound weak and amplifying makes it strong
A pig makes a squealing sound.
A Barbastelle makes a metallic buzz sound.
Lights and toasters.
Hard G makes a guh sound. Soft G makes a J sound.Gift makes the hard gsound.
it makes like a bear sound
you blow air and it magically makes sound
The owl makes the hoot sound
a cow makes the sound moo
a whale makes a grunting sound