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commotion

noun [S or U]
 
 
/kəˈməʊ.ʃən/ US  /-ˈmoʊ-/
a sudden short period of noise, confusion or excited movement
喧闹;喧嚣;混乱;骚动
His arrival caused quite a commotion.
他的到来引起了不小的骚动。
He looked up to see what all the commotion was about.
他抬头看吵吵嚷嚷的是怎么回事。
Noise and noisyExcitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
Translations of “commotion”
in Spanish escándalo, alboroto, jaleo…
in Arabic هَياج, فَوضى…
in Korean 소동…
in Portuguese tumulto, alvoroço…
in French tumulte…
in German der Aufruhr…
in Catalan rebombori…
in Japanese 騒ぎ, 動揺…
in Russian шум, суматоха…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喧鬧, 喧囂, 混亂…
in Italian scompiglio, confusione, agitazione…
in Turkish hengame, hır gür, koşuşturma…
in Polish zamieszanie…
(Definition of commotion from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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