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noise

noun /noiz/
a sound
ruido, sonido
I heard a strange noise outside the noise of gunfire.
an unpleasantly loud sound
ruido
I hate noise.
noiseless adjective without any sound
silencioso
noiseless footsteps.
noiselessly adverb
silenciosamente
The machine functions almost noiselessly.
noisy adjective ( comparative noisier, superlative noisiest) making a loud noise
ruidoso, escandaloso
noisy children a noisy engine.
noisily adverb
ruidosamente
The children were playing noisily in the garden.
Translations of “noise”
in Korean 소음…
in Arabic ضَجيج…
in French bruit…
in Italian rumore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲音, 噪聲, 雜音…
in Russian шум…
in Turkish gürültü, ses…
in Polish hałas, odgłos, dźwięk…
in Portuguese barulho, ruído…
in German das Geräusch, der Lärm…
in Catalan soroll…
in Japanese 騒音, 雑音…
in Chinese (Simplified) 声音, 噪声, 杂音…
(Definition of noise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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