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clamour

verb UK ( US clamor)   /ˈklæm.ər/
to make a loud complaint or demand gritar The children were all clamouring for attention. She clamours to go home as soon as she gets to school.1186
noun UK ( US clamor)   /ˈklæm.ər/
a loud complaint about something or a demand for something clamor After the bombing, there was a public clamour for vengeance.1169
formal loud noise, especially made by people’s voices clamor the clamour of the city a clamour of voices1088
(Definition of clamour from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

clamour

noun /ˈklӕmə/ /ˈklæmə/
(a) loud uproar clamor, griterío The decision to disallow the goal caused a clamour/clamor in the crowd.
clamorous adjective
clamoroso, vociferante clamorous voices.
(Definition of clamour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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