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Pandôo [Sepe]

klaxon \ˈklæks(ə)n\

  1. (Kutukutu) pîpî
    • And she went so swiftly that he could only follow her to the door. The large shape of the car swallowed her up; and the car twisted softly around the little drive and away to the London road. Minutes later he heard its Klaxon, just one sharp keen, like the harsh cry of a sea-bird. … — (lang =en, “3/5/1”, in “Piracy”: A Romantic Chronicle of These DaysLondon, W. Collins Sons & Co., 1922 , lêmbëtï 188)
    • There was a motor car behind them now and it blasted into the truck noise and the dust with its klaxon again and again; then flashed on lights that showed the dust like a solid yellow cloud and surged past them in a whining rise of gears and a demanding, threatening, bludgeoning of klaxoning. — (Ernest HemingwayFor Whom the Bell TollsCharles Scribner’s Sons, 21 Ngberere 1940, chapitre 42)
    • Irenka was up front using the lavatory when the lights in the cabin went red and the klaxon sounded over the speakers. — (Brad R. TorgersenInto the New Millennium: Trailblazing Tales from Analog Science Fiction and Fact , Norwalk, Dell Magazines, Nabändüru 2010, volume CXXX, numéro 11, lêmbëtï 84)

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Pandôo [Sepe]

klaxon \sêndagô ?\ linô kôlï

  1. pîpî