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Turkish translation of “clamour”

clamour

noun [no plural] UK ( US clamor)
 
 
/ˈklæmər/
DEMAND a demand for something, or a complaint about something that is made by a lot of people
bir isteği yaygara kopararak çözme, halletme
the public's clamour for organic foodComplaining
NOISE a loud, continuous noise made by people talking or shouting
yaygara, gürltü, patırtı
We heard the clamour of voices in the street outside.Noise and noisy
(Definition of clamour noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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