noise noun (SOUND) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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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
Translations of “noise”
in Arabic ضَجيج…
in Korean 소음…
in Malaysian bunyi, bising…
in French bruit…
in Turkish gürültü, ses…
in Italian rumore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲音, 噪聲, 雜音…
in Russian шум…
in Polish hałas, odgłos, dźwięk…
in Vietnamese tiếng ồn ào, tiếng om sòm…
in Spanish ruido, sonido…
in Portuguese barulho, ruído…
in Thai เสียง, เสียงดัง…
in German das Geräusch, der Lärm…
in Catalan soroll…
in Japanese 騒音, 雑音…
in Indonesian bunyi, kebisingan…
(Definition of noise noun (SOUND) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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