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loud

 (loud)
adj. loud·er, loud·est
1. Characterized by high volume and intensity. Used of sound: a loud whistle.
2. Producing sound of high volume and intensity: a loud construction work site.
3. Clamorous and insistent: loud denials.
4.
a. Having strikingly bright colors: a loud necktie. See garish.
b. Having a very strong or overpowering odor.
adv. louder, loudest
In a loud manner.

[Middle English, from Old English hlūd; see kleu- in Indo-European roots.]

loud′ly adv.
loud′ness n.

aloud

loudly
1. 'aloud'

If you say something aloud, you say it so that other people can hear you.

'Where are we?' Alex wondered aloud.

If you read aloud a piece of writing, you say the words so that people can hear what has been written.

She read aloud to us from the newspaper.
2. 'loudly'

If you do something loudly, you make a lot of noise when you do it.

The audience laughed loudly.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.loudly - with relatively high volumeloudly - with relatively high volume; "the band played loudly"; "she spoke loudly and angrily"; "he spoke loud enough for those at the back of the room to hear him"; "cried aloud for help"
quietly, softly - with low volume; "speak softly but carry a big stick"; "she spoke quietly to the child"; "the radio was playing softly"
2.loudly - in manner that attracts attention; "obstreperously, he demanded to get service"
3.loudly - used as a direction in music; to be played relatively loudly

loudly

adverb noisily, vigorously, vehemently, vociferously, uproariously, lustily, shrilly, fortissimo (Music), at full volume, deafeningly, at the top of your voice, clamorously His footsteps echoed loudly in the tiled hall.
Translations
بِصَوْتٍ عَالٍبصوْتٍ عالٍ
hlasitě
højtkraftigt
äänekkäästi
glasno
hátt
大声で
큰 소리로
hlasno
glasno
högt
อย่างเสียงดัง
ầm ĩ

loudly

[ˈlaʊdlɪ] ADV
1. (= not quietly) [say] → en voz alta; [talk, speak] → alto, en voz alta; [sing, shout, scream] → fuerte; [laugh, knock] → con fuerza; [complain, proclaim] → enérgicamente
don't speak so loudly!¡no hables tan alto!
he cleared his throat loudlyse aclaró la garganta ruidosamente
a band that plays very loudly and badlyun grupo que toca muy alto y muy mal
the audience applauded loudlyel público aplaudía con fuerza
she has been loudly applauded for (fig) → ha recibido grandes muestras de aprobación por ...
2. (= garishly) [dress] → llamativamente

loudly

[ˈlaʊdli] adv [say, talk, laugh, complain, cheer, snore] → fort, bruyammentloudmouth loud-mouth [ˈlaʊdmaʊθ] ngrande gueule floud-mouthed [ˌlaʊdˈmaʊðd] adjfort en gueule

loudly

adv
laut; complain, condemn, oppose, criticizelautstark
(= garishly) clothedknallbunt; colouredgrell; he was loudly dressed in blueer war in ein grelles Blau gekleidet

loudly

[ˈlaʊdlɪ] adv (gen) → forte; (laugh, applaud) → fragorosamente; (protest) → rumorosamente; (proclaim, out loud) → ad alta voce; (on banner) → a lettere cubitali

loud

(laud) adjective
1. making a great sound; not quiet. a loud voice; loud music.
2. showy; too bright and harsh. loud colours; a loud shirt.
ˈloudly adverb
ˈloudness noun
ˌloud-ˈhailer noun
a simple type of loudspeaker. The police used a loud-hailer to tell the crowd to get back.
ˌloudˈspeaker noun
1. an instrument for increasing the loudness of sounds so that they can be heard further away. The politician addressed the crowds from his car through a loudspeaker.
2. a speaker in a radio, record-player etc.

loudly

بِصَوْتٍ عَالٍ hlasitě højt laut ηχηρά en voz alta äänekkäästi bruyamment glasno rumorosamente 大声で 큰 소리로 luid høyt głośno em voz alta, ruidosamente громко högt อย่างเสียงดัง yüksek sesle ầm ĩ 大声地
References in classic literature ?
The maid went and found her sitting in front of the barrel, screaming loudly.
But it is naughty, like a young child; and if I hold not its mouth, it screameth too loudly.
He was about to spring upon the Ass, when the Cock (to the sound of whose voice the Lion, it is said, has a singular aversion) crowed loudly, and the Lion fled away as fast as he could.
Hour after hour passed away, and slowly Dorothy got over her fright; but she felt quite lonely, and the wind shrieked so loudly all about her that she nearly became deaf.
I was compelled to repeat my question loudly before he answered:
As we approached it, Mehevi and several chiefs showed themselves from the piazza, and called upon us loudly to come to them.
She would honk loudly the word" Clara," she would show you her back, and march downstairs.
softly the information that there was a noise he did not know; and Nalasu, with different sibilances, would hiss to him to stand still, to whuff more softly, or to keep silent, or to come to him noiselessly, or to go into the bush and investigate the source of the strange noise, or, barking loudly, to rush and attack it.
Then several voices began to talk all at once, and the tall nobleman with the ring, getting more and more exasperated, shouted more and more loudly.
Felicite rolled her eyes, and said as loudly as she could:
Bennigsen loudly criticized this mistake, saying that it was madness to leave a height which commanded the country around unoccupied and to place troops below it.
Nay," quoth Robin, laughing loudly, "many do like me and wish me well, but few call me honest.