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Meaning of “loud” - Learner’s Dictionary

loud

adjective     /laʊd/
NOISE
A2 making a lot of noise: a loud noise a loud voice a loud explosionNoise and noisy
CLOTHES
Loud clothes are too bright or have too many colours: You shouldn't wear anything too loud to a job interview.The qualities of colour
loudly adverb
B1 She was speaking very loudly.
(Definition of loud adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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