English → English - uproar

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n. tumult, commotion, disorder, riot, pandemonium

English → Spanish - uproar

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s. alboroto, alborotamiento, algarada, barahúnda, barbulla, bataola, bullicio, escándalo, estrépito, estruendo, gresca, griterío, tabaola, trapetiesta, tremolina, tumulto, vociferación

English → French - uproar

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n. tumulte, vacarme, tapage

English → German - uproar

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n. Lärm, Durcheinander

English → Indonesian - uproar

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n. riuh, riuh rendah, recok, hiruk-pikuk, haru-biru, kehingar-bingaran, kegemparan, kegaduhan, gempar, kecamuk

English → Italian - uproar

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s. chiasso, tumulto, strepito, frastuono, baccano; scompiglio, agitazione, trambusto

English → Polish - uproar

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n. wrzawa, harmider, rozruchy, kotłowanina, rozgwar, tumult, rejwach, larum

English → Portuguese - uproar

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s. barulho, ruído, baderna

English → Romanian - uproar

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n. zgomot, zarvă, hălălaie, tărăboi, vacarm, vociferare, larmă, freamăt

English → Russian - uproar

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с. шум, гам, волнение, беспорядки, содом

English → Turkish - uproar

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i. şamata, curcuna, gürültü, kargaşa, hengâme

English → Ukrainian - uproar

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n. хвилювання, шум, веремій, гамір, забурення, метіж

English → Dutch - uproar

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zn. oproer, opstand

English → Greek - uproar

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ουσ. ταραχή, θόρυβος, πανδαιμόνιο, οχλαγωγία

English → Arabic - uproar

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‏جلبة، عجيج، إضطراب، اهتياج، لغط، صخب‏

English → Chinese - uproar

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(名) 喧嚣, 骚动

English → Chinese - uproar

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(名) 喧囂, 騷動

English → Hindi - uproar

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n. उपद्रव, हुल्लड़, ऊधम, कोलाहल, गुलगपाड़ा, कुहराम

English → Japanese - uproar

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(名) 大騒ぎ; 騒音

English → Korean - uproar

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명. 소란, 혼란, 반란

English → Vietnamese - uproar

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n. tiếng ồn ào, tiếng huyên náo

Definition of uproar

Pronunciation
Noun
1. Tumultuous, noisy excitement
2. Loud confused noise, especially when coming from several sources
Verb
3. To throw into uproar or confusion.
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