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Meaning of “loud” - Learner’s Dictionary

loud

adverb     /laʊd/
B1 loudly: Can you speak a bit louder?Noise and noisy
out loud
B1 If you say or read something out loud, you say or read it so that other people can hear you.Noise and noisy
Translations of “loud”
in Korean 크게…
in Arabic صاخِب…
in Portuguese alto, forte…
in Catalan fort, alt…
in Japanese 大きな声(音)で…
in Italian forte, ad alta voce…
in Russian громко…
in Turkish yüksek sesle, gürültüyle…
in Polish głośno…
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