noisy

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noisy

loud, harsh, or confused sounds; clamorous; tumultuous; vociferous: noisy football fans.
Not to be confused with:
noisome – offensive or disgusting, as an odor; harmful; noxious; stinking: noisome factory emissions

nois·y

 (noi′zē)
adj. nois·i·er, nois·i·est
1. Making noise: a small, noisy dog.
2. Full of, characterized by, or accompanied by noise: a noisy cafeteria.

nois′i·ly adv.
nois′i·ness n.

noisy

(ˈnɔɪzɪ)
adj, noisier or noisiest
1. making a loud or constant noise
2. full of or characterized by noise
ˈnoisily adv
ˈnoisiness n

nois•y

(ˈnɔɪ zi)

adj. nois•i•er, nois•i•est.
1. making much noise: noisy children.
2. abounding in or full of noise: a noisy party; a noisy demonstration.
[1685–95]
nois′i•ly, adv.
nois′i•ness, n.

noisy

  • corroboree - A large, noisy gathering.
  • crash - May have been created as an imitation of the sound of noisy breaking, or may be a blend of craze and dash.
  • obstreperous - Meaning "clamorous, noisy" and "argumentative," it is from Latin ob-, "against," and strepere, "to make a noise."
  • strepent, strepitent - Strepent and strepitent mean "noisy."
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.noisy - full of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds; "a noisy cafeteria"; "a small noisy dog"
cacophonic, cacophonous - having an unpleasant sound; "as cacophonous as a henyard"- John McCarten
loud - characterized by or producing sound of great volume or intensity; "a group of loud children"; "loud thunder"; "her voice was too loud"; "loud trombones"
quiet - free of noise or uproar; or making little if any sound; "a quiet audience at the concert"; "the room was dark and quiet"
2.noisy - attracting attention by showiness or bright colors; "a noisy sweater"
colourful, colorful - striking in variety and interest; "a colorful period of history"; "a colorful character"; "colorful language"

noisy

adjective
2. loud, piercing, deafening, tumultuous, ear-splitting, cacophonous, clamorous It may be necessary to ask a neighbour to turn down noisy music.
loud still, quiet, silent, hushed, tranquil
Translations
ضاجٌّ، كَثير الضَّوْضاءكَثِيرُ الْضَوضَاءِ
hlučný
larmende
äänekäs
bučanglasan
hávaîasamur
やかましい
시끄러운
hrupen
högljudd
เสียงดัง
gürültücügürültülü
ồn ào

noisy

[ˈnɔɪzɪ] ADJ (noisier (compar) (noisiest (superl))) [neighbours, children, crowd] → ruidoso, escandaloso; [music] → ruidoso, estridente
it's very noisy herehay mucho ruido aquí
don't be too noisyno hagáis mucho ruido

noisy

[ˈnɔɪzi] adj
[person, audience, neighbours, crowd] → bruyant(e)
to be noisy → faire du bruit
The audience was so noisy that → Le public faisait tellement de bruit que ...
[car, machine] → bruyant(e)
[city, room, bar] → bruyant(e)
It's noisy in here → Il y a beaucoup de bruit ici.

noisy

adj (+er)laut; traffic, child alsolärmend; machine, behaviour, work alsogeräuschvoll; protest, welcome, debatelautstark; don’t be so noisysei nicht so laut, mach nicht so viel Lärm; this is a noisy housein dem Haus ist es laut

noisy

[ˈnɔɪzɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (street, car) → rumoroso/a; (child, party) → rumoroso/a, chiassoso/a
stop being noisy! → smettila di far rumore!

noise

(noiz) noun
1. a sound. I heard a strange noise outside; the noise of gunfire.
2. an unpleasantly loud sound. I hate noise.
ˈnoiseless adjective
without any sound. noiseless footsteps.
ˈnoiselessly adverb
ˈnoisy adjective
making a loud noise. noisy children; a noisy engine.
ˈnoisily adverb

noisy

كَثِيرُ الْضَوضَاءِ hlučný larmende laut φασαριόζικος ruidoso äänekäs bruyant bučan rumoroso やかましい 시끄러운 lawaaierig bråkete hałaśliwy barulhento шумный högljudd เสียงดัง gürültülü ồn ào 吵杂的

noisy

a. ruidoso-a, turbulento-a, bullicioso-a.
References in classic literature ?
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way--in short, the period was so far like the present period, that some of its noisiest authorities insisted on its being received, for good or for evil, in the superlative degree of comparison only.
The greatest events--are not our noisiest, but our stillest hours.
They then did the deed with the queerest and noisiest weapon in the world so as to tell everyone what had happened--a weapon that was never seen in the house before.
As my birthday falls in the winter I get mittens as well as blotting-books and photograph-frames, and if it were in the summer I should get photograph-frames and blotting-books and no mittens; but whatever the present may be, and by whomsoever given, it has to be welcomed with the noisiest gratitude, and loudest exclamations of joy, and such words as entzuckend, reizend, herrlich, wundervoll, and suss repeated over and over again, until the unfortunate Geburtstagskind feels indeed that another year has gone, and that she has grown older, and wiser, and more tired of folly and of vain repetitions.
Desperate, Dee scrolled through music on her phone, found the heaviest, noisiest song she owned, and turned the volume up.
That's because it has been officially named the noisiest road in Birmingham.
How amazing would it be to hear conversation, even in the noisiest places?
Awards to participants included ones for the most outstanding player, the hardest working player, the noisiest player and the smartest dressed player.
Prince George loves dinosaurs and likes the T Rex because it is the noisiest and scariest The Duchess of Cambridge I don't think there are a great variety of human sins.
PRINCE George loves dinosaurs and likes the T Rex because it is "the noisiest and scariest", the Duchess of Cambridge has revealed.
The airport says the early phasing out of the noisiest aircraft is a key part of its Noise Blueprint, and states it is on track to become the first large European airport to be completely free of 'Chapter 3'aircraft--the oldest and noisiest classification--due in part to the heavy fees airlines must pay to land such aircraft at Heathrow.