US: /ˈəˌpɹɔɹ/
UK: /ˈʌpɹɔː/

English Vietnamese dictionary

uproar /' p,r :/
  • danh từ
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    • sự náo động

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun [U, sing.]
1 a situation in which people shout and make a lot of noise because they are angry or upset about sth: The room was in (an) uproar. + Her comments provoked (an) uproar from the audience. + We could no longer hear him above the uproar.
2 a situation in which there is a lot of public criticism and angry argument about sth that sb has said or done: The article caused (an) uproar when it was published.

Thesaurus dictionary

clamour, hubbub, disturbance, commotion, hullabaloo, brouhaha, din, racket, pandemonium, tumult, turmoil, pother, outcry, outburst, bedlam, agitation, frenzy, broil, rumpus, fuss; affray, fracas, brawl; Colloq hoo-ha, to-do, US hoop-la, Brit kerfuffle or carfuffle or kurfuffle:
The announcement of the new taxes caused a nation-wide uproar.

Collocation dictionary


great | mild | emotional


cause, provoke


amid (an/the) ~
The trial proceeded amid uproar.
| in (an/the) ~
Financial markets were in uproar after the crash of the rouble. The classroom was in an uproar.
| ~ over
There was a great uproar over plans to pull down the old library.

Concise English dictionary

+a state of commotion and noise and confusion
+loud confused noise from many sources