Hindi translation of 'uproar'
uproar /ˈʌprɔː ˈअप्रॉ/
1. uncountable noun, singular noun
An uproar is a lot of shouting and noise because people are very angry or upset about something.
2. uncountable noun, singular noun
An uproar is a lot of public criticism and debate about something that has made people angry.
The book caused uproar when it was published in France in 1949.
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Distant uproar came from the end of the carriage; several voices could be heard, choral in dispute.Somewhere East of Life
In another moment the whole auditorium would be in an uproar.Death in Fashion
An uproar from Fraser the Oracle: `It's got nothing whatsoever to do with colour.Looking For the Spark
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Translation of uproar from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary