Definition of 'noisy'
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Your home is now full of noisy builders, but your mind is at rest about your insurance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many blame noisy neighbours for disturbing the peace, with a quarter of those polled moving house to get away from them. The Sun (2016)The trees are full of noisy magpie families. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We met in a crowded and very noisy room at a buffet lunch. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The noisy neighbours are causing a deafening din. The Sun (2011)We are surrounded by noisy places in which to have fun. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The streets are full of noisy protesters. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His friend nodded towards the crowded and noisy terrace of the café. Hemingway in Paris - Parisian walks for the literary traveller (1989)Or perhaps it was just noisy at our place. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We met for a drink and then went to his hotel room because the bar was too noisy for talking. The Sun (2015)It was noisy in that bar. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Things are different indeed, in the city of the noisy neighbours. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It wasn't anything particularly loud or noisy that he was playing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We'll have a full house and a noisy crowd behind us. The Sun (2010)Tonight we will drive away from the noisy city and make our way to a quiet lake in Wisconsin. Christianity Today (2000)There follows a cross country chase across the plains, with a fleet of police cars in noisy pursuit. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The number of complaints received by environmental health officers about noisy neighbours shot up by nearly 40 per cent last year. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Cue a lot of noisy (and quite exciting) mayhem. The Sun (2008)You're happy to accept you can't always be loud and noisy. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'noisy'
British English: noisy /ˈnɔɪzɪ/ ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is noisy makes a lot of loud or unpleasant noise.
...my noisy old car.
- American English: noisy
- Arabic: كَثِيرُ الْضَوضَاءِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: barulhento
- Chinese: 吵杂的
- Croatian: bučan
- Czech: hlučný
- Danish: larmende
- Dutch: lawaaierig
- European Spanish: ruidoso
- Finnish: äänekäs
- French: bruyant
- German: laut
- Greek: φασαριόζικος
- Italian: rumoroso
- Japanese: やかましい
- Korean: 시끄러운
- Norwegian: bråkete
- Polish: hałaśliwy
- European Portuguese: barulhento
- Romanian: zgomotos
- Russian: шумный
- Spanish: ruidoso
- Swedish: högljudd
- Thai: เสียงดัง
- Turkish: gürültülü
- Ukrainian: шумний
- Vietnamese: ồn ào
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