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Japanese translation of “deafening”

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deafening

adjective
 
/ˈdef·ən·ɪŋ/
extremely loud
耳をつんざくような
a deafening noise
Translations of “deafening”
in Korean 귀청이 터질듯한…
in Arabic ضَوضاء عالِية…
in Portuguese ensurdecedor…
in Catalan eixordador…
in Italian assordante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 震耳欲聾的,聲響巨大的…
in Russian оглушительный…
in Turkish kulakları sağır eden gürültü, yüksek ses…
in Chinese (Simplified) 震耳欲聋的,声响巨大的…
in Polish ogłuszający…
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