US: /ˌtuˈməɫˌtʃuəs/
UK: /tjuːmˈʌlt‍ʃuːəs/

English Vietnamese dictionary

tumultuous /tju:'mʌltjuəs/
  • tính từ
    • ồn ào, huyên náo
    • xôn xao, náo động

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective [usually before noun]
1 very loud; involving strong feelings, especially feelings of approval: tumultuous applause + a tumultuous reception / welcome
2 involving a lot of change and confusion and/or violence: the tumultuous years of the English Civil War + It was a tumultuous time in her life.

Thesaurus dictionary

clamorous, noisy, boisterous, disorderly, turbulent, violent, uproarious, chaotic, frenzied, furious, excited, agitated, hectic, riotous, rowdy, unruly, unrestrained, fierce, savage, wild, hysterical, frantic, rumbustious, boisterous, obstreperous, tempestuous, stormy:
The heroes received a tumultuous welcome on their return.

Concise English dictionary

tuː'mʌltʃʊəs /tju-
+characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination