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turbulent
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turbulent /'tə:bjulənt/
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Concise Dictionary
'tɜrbjələnt /'tɜːbjʊl-
adj.
+characterized by unrest or disorder or insubordination
+(of a liquid) agitated vigorously; in a state of turbulence

Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective [usually before noun]
1 in which there is a lot of sudden change, confusion, disagreement and sometimes violence: a short and turbulent career in politics + a turbulent part of the world + turbulent emotions / feelings
2 (of air or water) changing direction suddenly and violently: The aircraft is designed to withstand turbulent conditions. + a turbulent sea / storm (= caused by turbulent water / air)
3 (of people) noisy and/or difficult to control: a turbulent crowd


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