Definition of 'silence'
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Or perhaps it was more accurate to say the silence woke her. TREASON KEEP (2001)In the silence, I could hear Jessica murmuring to herself in her sleep. THE EXECUTION (2001)The moment lasted just long enough for an uncomfortable silence to descend between them. TREASON KEEP (2001)
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Translations for 'silence'
British English: silence /ˈsaɪləns/ NOUN
If there is silence, it is completely quiet.
They stood in silence.
- American English: silence
- Arabic: صَمْت
- Brazilian Portuguese: silêncio
- Chinese: 沉默
- Croatian: tišina
- Czech: ticho
- Danish: stilhed
- Dutch: stilte
- European Spanish: silencio
- Finnish: hiljaisuus
- French: silence
- German: Stille
- Greek: σιωπή
- Italian: silenzio
- Japanese: 静けさ
- Korean: 침묵
- Norwegian: stillhet
- Polish: cisza
- European Portuguese: silêncio
- Romanian: liniște
- Russian: тишина
- Spanish: silencio
- Swedish: tystnad
- Thai: ความเงียบ
- Turkish: sessizlik
- Ukrainian: тиша
- Vietnamese: sự im lặng
Definition of silence from the Collins English Dictionary
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