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disturbance
dɪ'stɜrbəns
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of disturbing something or someone; setting something in motion.
  2. A noisy fight.
  3. Activity that is a malfunction, intrusion, or interruption.
  4. Electrical or acoustic activity that can disturb communication.
  5. A disorderly outburst or tumult.
  6. A psychological disorder of thought or emotion; a more neutral term than mental illness.
  7. An unhappy and worried mental state.
Hyphenationdis•turb•ance
Part of Speech(名) noun
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扰乱rǎoluànto disturb; to perturb; to harass
不安bù'ānunpeaceful; unstable; uneasy; disturbed; restless; worried
忧虑yōulǜto worry; anxiety (about)
事端shìduāndisturbance; incident
骚乱sāoluàndisturbance; riot; to create a disturbance
风波fēngbōdisturbance; crisis; disputes; restlessness
骚动sāodòngdisturbance; uproar; to become restless
sāotrouble; disturbance; rumpus; flirty; coquettish; abbr. for 离骚; literary writings; smell of urine; foul smell; male (animal) (dialect)
zàothe chirping of birds or insects; noise; clamor; buzzing; disturbance
扰动rǎodòngto disturb; to stir up; disturbance; agitation; turmoil
纷扰fēnrǎoturmoil; unrest; disturbance
hòngtumult; uproar; commotion; disturbance
xiāobarking of a frightened dog, to confuse; disorder; disturbance, cunning; artful; crafty, to fail and be exposed
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