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commotion

noun [U, no plural]
 
 
/kəˈməʊʃən/
a sudden period of noise and confused or excited movement
hengame, hır gür, koşuşturma, arbede
He looked up to see what all the commotion was about.Noise and noisy
Translations of “commotion”
in Arabic هَياج, فَوضى…
in Korean 소동…
in Malaysian kekecohan…
in French tumulte…
in Italian scompiglio, confusione, agitazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喧鬧, 喧囂, 混亂…
in Russian шум, суматоха…
in Polish zamieszanie…
in Vietnamese sự chấn động…
in Spanish escándalo, alboroto, jaleo…
in Portuguese tumulto, alvoroço…
in Thai ความสับสนวุ่นวาย…
in German der Aufruhr…
in Catalan rebombori…
in Japanese 騒ぎ, 動揺…
in Indonesian keributan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喧闹, 喧嚣, 混乱…
(Definition of commotion from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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