Rob’s Megaphone: the blog heard ’round the world

Language   Translations for “Megaphone”   

Albanian

  

megafon (loud-hailer, speaking tube), altoparlant (loudspeaker, speaker). (various references)

     

Arabic 

  

‏مكبر الصوت (amplifier, loudspeaker, speaker), ‏مضخم صوت, ‏بوق (blare, bugle, cornet, euphonium, honk, horn, proboscis, sound, toot, tootle, trump, trumpet). (various references)

     

Bulgarian 

  

рупор (horn, speaking trumpet), мегафон. (various references)

     

Chinese 

  

扩音机, 擴音器 (microphone). (various references)

     

Czech

  

megafon, tlampaè (loud speaker, speaker). (various references)

     

Danish

  

megafon (speaking trumpet, speaking tube), taleroer (speaking tube), raaber (speaking trumpet, speaking tube), hoejttaler-telefon. (various references)

     

Dutch

  

spreekbuis (Gosport tube, speaking trumpet, speaking tube), scheepsroeper (speaking tube), luidpsrekende telefoon, loudhailer, krachtige luidspreker. (various references)

     

Farsi 

  

بلندگو (Loudspeaker, Microphone), بابلندگوحرف زدن . (various references)

     

Finnish

  

huutotorvi. (various references)

     

French

  

porte-voix. (various references)

     

German

  

Megaphon (bullhorn, loudhailer, trumpet), Sprachrohr (mouthpiece, speaking tube, trumpet). (various references)

     

Greek 

  

μεγάφωνο (loudspeaker, speaker, tannoy). (various references)

     

Hebrew 

  

מגפון, מגביר קול (loudspeaker). (various references)

     

Hungarian

  

megafon (loud-hailer, loudspeaker), hangszóró (horn, loudspeaker, loud-speaker, speaker). (various references)

     

Indonesian

  

alat pengeras suara. (various references)

     

Italian

  

portavoce (mouthpiece, spokesman, spokesperson, spokeswoman), megafono (loudhailer). (various references)

     

Japanese Kanji 

  

メガトン爆弾 (megabits, megabytes, megahertz, megalo, megalopolis, megaton bomb, Mexico, MHz), 伝音器 (sound box, speaking tube). (various references)

     

Japanese Katakana 

  

メガホン , でんおんき (sound box, speaking tube). (various references)

     

Korean 

  

메가폰. (various references)

     

Pig Latin

  

egaphonemay

     

Portuguese

  

megafone (bell-mouth, horn, Lough, speaking trumpet), aglomeração (accumulation, agglomeration, aggregation, cluster, crush, jam, turn out). (various references)

     

Romanian

  

megafon. (various references)

     

Russian 

  

мегафон (bullhorn, speaking-trumpet). (various references)

     

Serbo-Croatian

  

megafon (loud-hailer), zvučnik (loudspeaker, speaker). (various references)

     

Spanish

  

megáfono (bullhorn), bocina (hooter, horn, klaxon, speaking trumpet). (various references)

     

Swedish

  

megafon. (various references)

     

Thai

  

โทรโข่ง, พูดผ่านโทรโข่ง. (various references)

     

Turkish

  

megafon (hailer, speaking trumpet). (various references)

     

Ukranian 

  

рупор (horn, mouthpiece, speaking trumpet, speaking tube, trumpet, voice), говорити в рупор. (various references)

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About robertstevenson

Dr. Robert Stevenson is a Professor of Journalism and Director of Student Publications for the Department of Mass Communications and Theater at Lander University in Greenwood, SC. He received the Distinguished Faculty of the Year award for 2007-'08, and the Lander University Young Faculty Scholar Award in 2005-06. Stevenson also serves as chair of the Lander University American Democracy Project. First and Formost I am a dad of two wonderful boys.
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One Response to Rob’s Megaphone: the blog heard ’round the world

  1. Lenka Bliss says:

    megafon here in Slovakia too 🙂

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