Word: tumult

Category: tumult

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Synonyms: tumult

clamor, din, noise, racket, uproar, hue and cry, commotion, ruckus, maelstrom, rumpus, hubbub, pandemonium, babel, bedlam, brouhaha, furor, fracas, melee, frenzy, hullabaloo, turmoil, confusion, disorder, disarray, unrest, chaos, turbulence, mayhem, havoc, upheaval, ferment, agitation, trouble, ruction, garboil, tumultuousness

Translations: tumult

spanish
ajetreo, tumulto, algazara, zipizape


german
krawall, unruhe

french
tapage, échauffourée, vacarme, boucan, bagarre, ...

italian
tumulto, zuffa, chiasso

portuguese
ventre, barulho

dutch
rel, herrie, kabaal, getier, roerigheid

russian
кутерьма, суета, буйство, переполох, мятеж, ...

norwegian
tumult

swedish
bråk

finnish
sekasorto, myllerrys, hälinä, mellakka

danish
tumulten, Larm, oprør, tummel

czech
hluk, pobouření, povyk, vřava, mela, ...

polish
wzburzenie, niepokój, hałas, zgiełk, wrzawa, ...

hungarian
tumultus

turkish
şamata

greek
παραζάλη

ukrainian
метушня

albanian
gurgule, zhurmë, trazirë, paturpësia, rrëmuja

bulgarian
вълнение, метеж, врява, безредици, шум

belarusian
замяшанне, замяшаньне, хваляваньне, настрашыць, розрух

estonian
mäslemine, kõmin

croatian
metež, obijest, buka, veći metež, uzburkanost

icelandic
ofmetnaður, uppþot, að ofmetnaður, af því að ofmetnaður, því að ofmetnaður

lithuanian
triukšmas, pasipūtimas, sąmyšis, pasipūtimas pasiekė, Tumult

latvian
satraukums, troksnis, troksnis pavairojas, nemiers, kņada

macedonian
метеж, безредие, метежот, вознемираност, немири

romanian
zarvă, furtună, zgomot, efervescență

slovenian
vika, narashchajochi hrup

slovak
mela, rozruch

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The meaning and "use of": tumult

noun
  • a loud, confused noise, especially one caused by a large mass of people.

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