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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “noise”

noise

noun [C or U] (SOUND)
声音
 
 
/nɔɪz/
(a) sound, especially when it is not wanted, unpleasant or loud
噪声;杂音;嘈杂声;喧闹声
The noise out in the street was deafening.
外面街道上的喧闹声震耳欲聋。
I heard a loud noise and ran to the window.
我听见一声巨响,于是向窗户跑去。
traffic/background noise
交通噪音/背景杂音
dangerously high noise levels
达到危险水平的高噪音级
Sound and its properties
(Definition of noise noun (SOUND) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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