din Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"din" in British English

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dinnoun [S]

uk   us   /dɪn/
a ​loud, ​unpleasantconfusednoise that ​lasts for a ​longtime: the din of the ​traffic I had to ​shout to make myself ​heard above the din. The ​children were making a ​terrible din.
(Definition of din from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"din" in American English

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dinnoun [U]

 us   /dɪn/
a ​loud and ​unpleasantnoise or ​mixture of ​noises, esp. one that ​continues for some ​time: The ​teacher had to ​yell to be ​heard over the din.
(Definition of din from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"DIN" in Business English

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DINnoun [S]

uk   us  
abbreviation for Deutsches Institut für Normung: the German ​organization, known in English as the German ​Institute for Standardization, that sets ​standards for ​products and ​services
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(Definition of DIN from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “din”
in Korean 소음…
in Arabic ضَجيج…
in Malaysian kebisingsan…
in French vacarme…
in Russian грохот…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喧囂,嘈雜聲…
in Italian fracasso…
in Turkish şamata, patırtı, gürültü…
in Polish hałas…
in Spanish jaleo…
in Vietnamese tiếng ầm ĩ kéo dài…
in Portuguese barulheira, alarido, algazarra…
in Thai เสียงอึกทึก…
in German das Getöse…
in Catalan brogit, xivarri…
in Japanese 騒音…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喧嚣,嘈杂声…
in Indonesian kebisingan…
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