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uproar
'əproʊr
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Loud confused noise from many sources.
  2. A state of commotion and noise and confusion.
Hyphenationup•roar
Part of Speech(名) noun
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喧嚣xuānxiāoto clamor; to make noise
骚动sāodòngdisturbance; uproar; to become restless
chāoclamor; uproar; annoyance
hòngtumult; uproar; commotion; disturbance
fǎnreasonable authority statements, (same as ) noise (especially from a brawling crowd); uproar; turmoil, abusive language, to boast
zāo(same as U+5608 ) noise; uproar; din
吵嚷chǎorǎngto make a racket; clamour; uproar
喧腾xuānténgto make a tumult; hubbub; uproar
喧呼xuānhūto shout loudly; to bawl; to vociferate; rumpus; uproar
rénto think of; to remember (someone), to read out aloud, loquacious, guttural sound, noise; uproar; turmoil
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