English Vietnamese dictionary
uproar /' p,r :/
- danh từ
- tiếng ồn ào, tiếng om sòm
- 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.
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.
great | mild | emotional
VERB + UPROAR
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