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siren

noun [C] (DEVICE)
装置
 
 
/ˈsaɪə.rən/ US  /ˈsaɪr.ən/
a device for making a loud warning noise
警报器,汽笛
police sirens
警笛
When the air raid siren went off people ran to their shelters.
空袭警报响起时,人们纷纷跑向掩蔽所。
Emergency services in generalThreats and warnings
Translations of “siren”
in Arabic صُفّارة الإنْذار…
in Korean 사이렌…
in Malaysian siren…
in French sirène…
in Turkish siren, (ambulans, itfaiye vb.) ikaz düdüğü…
in Italian sirena…
in Chinese (Traditional) 裝置, 警報器,汽笛…
in Russian сирена…
in Polish syrena…
in Vietnamese còi báo động…
in Spanish sirena…
in Portuguese sirene…
in Thai เสียงหวอ…
in German die Sirene…
in Catalan sirena…
in Japanese サイレン…
in Indonesian sirine…
(Definition of siren noun (DEVICE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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