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clamour

US [ˈklæmər]
UK [ˈklæmə(r)]
  • n.吵闹;喧闹声;嘈杂声;民众的要求
  • v.大声(或吵闹)地要求;(尤指乱哄哄地)大声地喊叫
  • Web喧哗;喧嚣;喧嚷
Simple Present:clamours  Present Participle:clamouring  Past Participle:clamoured  
clamour
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v.
1.
[i][t]
大声(或吵闹)地要求to demand sth loudly
People began to clamour for his resignation.
人们开始大声疾呼要求他辞职。
Everyone was clamouring to know how much they would get.
大家都吵闹着想知道他们能得到多少。
‘Play with us!’ the children clamoured.
“跟我们一起玩吧!”孩子们吵吵嚷嚷地要求道。
2.
[i]
(尤指乱哄哄地)大声地喊叫,呼叫to shout loudly, especially in a confused way
n.
1.
喧闹声;嘈杂声;吵闹a loud noise especially one that is made by a lot of people or animals
the clamour of the market
市场上鼎沸的人声
2.
~ (for sth)
民众的要求a demand for sth made by a lot of people
The clamour for her resignation grew louder.
民众要求她辞职的呼声越来越高。

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