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

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vociferousadjective

uk   /vəˈsɪf.ər.əs/  us   /-ɚ-/
Vociferous ​peopleexpresstheiropinions and ​complaintsloudly and ​repeatedly in ​speech, and vociferous ​demands, etc. are made ​repeatedly and ​loudly: Local ​activistgroups have ​becomeincreasingly vociferous as the ​volume of ​trafficpassing through the ​village has ​increased. A vociferous opponent of ​gayrights, he is well-known for his ​right-wingviews.
vociferously
adverb uk   us   /-li/
He ​protested vociferously, but to no ​avail.
(Definition of vociferous from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"vociferous" in American English

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vociferousadjective

 us   /voʊˈsɪf·ər·əs/
repeatedly and ​loudlyexpressingyouropinions and ​complaints, or (of ​demands, ​complaints, etc.) ​expressed in this way: a vociferous ​critic of ​foreignpolicy vociferous objections
vociferously
adverb  us   /voʊˈsɪf·ə·rəs·li/
He ​protested vociferously, but to no ​avail.
(Definition of vociferous from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “vociferous”
in Chinese (Simplified) 大声疾呼的, 大声叫喊的, 喧嚷的…
in Turkish bağırıp çağıran, yaygaracı, şamatacı…
in Russian громогласный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大聲疾呼的, 大聲叫喊的, 喧嚷的…
in Polish głośny…
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