loudhailer


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loudhailer

[ˈlaʊdˈheɪləʳ] Nmegáfono m

loudhailer

loud-hailer [ˌlaʊdˈheɪlər] n (British)porte-voix m inv

loudhailer

[ˌlaʊdˈheɪləʳ] nmegafono
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Meanwhile, outside, protesters from the Unite union draped a 30ft banner over a wall above May's battlebus declaring "End Zero Hours" as an excitable man on a loudhailer exhorted the Prime Minister to meet real people and discuss local issues, such as the threat to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Party members must realise you elect a leader to become Prime Minister, not because they make you feel good about yourself, or they are a decent man with views similar to yours, or because they can stand in Hyde Park on a box and shout into a loudhailer.
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The man was arrested after a number of banners and a loudhailer were found in his car.
She branded him a coward over a loudhailer after he refused to meet face to face.
Another eyewitness, Natalja Taylor, 30, who was on a day-trip with her husband, said police were driving up the beach with a loudhailer urging people to stay out of the sea.
One eye-witness, Natalja Taylor, 30, who was on a day-trip with her husband, said police were driving up the beach with a loudhailer urging people to stay out of the sea.
The final whistle sparked a party at the 15,000-seater Audi Sportpark, with forward Thomas Mueller grabbing a loudhailer to lead singing with the fans.
Peter, though, to give him his due, is keeping very quiet while Katie, now Mrs Hayler, might as well go around with a loudhailer.
VETERAN Labour politician Keith Vaz is facing a noise pollution investigation after political rivals complained of hearing his voice coming from a campaign car's loudhailer.
Perhaps it's time to equip the Speaker with a loudhailer.
Using a loudhailer, he told protestors they had fought to develop a strong industry that would be badly hit as customers could not afford the VAT introduction.