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English-German translation for: [noise]
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Dictionary English German: [noise]

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English German
drowned {adj} {past-p} [by noise]
214
übertönt
excruciating {adj} [noise, moment, etc.]
121
schauderhaft [ugs.] [Geräusch, Augenblick etc.]
ceaseless {adj} [wind, rain, noise]
71
ständig [z. B. Wind, Regen, Lärm]
sth. thudded [of a noise]
45
etw. dröhnte
sth. cracks [noise]
36
etw. kracht
electr. suppressed {adj} [against noise or interference]
27
funkentstört
sb./sth. drowned [with noise]
18
jd./etw. übertönte
zooming {adj} {pres-p} [noise]
15
surrend
sb./sth. drowns [(with) voice / noise]
5
jd./etw. übertönt
theatre off [e.g. noise off]hinter den Kulissen
phys. Unverified radiofrequency {adj} [attr.] [e.g. noise, field etc.]hochfrequent [z. B. Rauschen, Feld]
Verbs
to stand sth. [heat, climate, noise etc.]
921
etw. ertragen [Hitze, Klima, Lärm etc.]
to drown [noise, voice]
365
übertönen
to grate [make a grating noise]
234
kratzen [Geräusch]
to hum [to make soft low continuous noise]
212
brummen [z. B. Gerät, Kreisel, Hummel]
to subside [noise, thunder, singing, river, sea]
149
abschwellen [fig.]
to drown sth. [e.g. noise]
35
etw. übertäuben [Lärm etc.]
to deafen [sound, noise]
24
dämpfen [Geräusch, Schall]
phys. to absorb sth. [shocks, noise]
22
etw. dämpfen [Erschütterungen, Lärm]
to deafen [sound, noise]
16
abdämpfen [Geräusch, Schall]
to localize sth. [e.g. source of noise]
7
etw. orten [z. B. Schallquelle]
to make sth. [a mess, noise, etc.]
7
etw.Akk. veranstalten [Chaos, Lärm etc.] [ugs.]
to slurp sth. [drink or eat sth. with a loud sucking noise]
6
etw. schlappern [ugs.] [regional] [etw. schlürfend trinken od. essen]
to break [wave, noise]
5
branden [geh.]
to clonk [coll.] [to make a clonking noise]
5
klonken [ugs.]
to deaden sth. [pain, noise etc.]etw. mildern [Schmerz etc.]
to varoom [spv.] [vroom] [loud roaring noise of an engine]röhren [fig.] [Motor, Motorrad, Auto, usw.]
Nouns
racket [noise]
704
Klamauk {m} [Lärm]
row [esp. Br.] [coll.] [noise, quarrel]
661
Krach {m} [Lärm, ugs.: Streit]
row [noisy disturbance, continual loud noise]
428
Radau {m} [ugs.]
bluster [noise of a storm]
90
Gepolter {n} [eines Sturms]
clamour [Br.] [noise, shouting]
76
Lärm {m}
bang [percussive noise]
51
Bums {m} [ugs.] [dumpf tönender Schlag]
tranquillity [esp. Br.] [esp. lack of noise]
50
Stille {f}
whistle [whistling noise]
44
Pfeifton {m}
alarm [any sound, noise warning of danger]
41
Lärmen {n} [Schreien, Rufen, Lärm als Warnung]
clang [repeated harsh noise]
21
Klappern {n} [metallisch]
med. crackles {pl} [crackling noise heard on auscultation of the lungs]
21
Rasselgeräusch {n} <RG>
racket [coll.] [noise]
21
Tamtam {n} [ugs.] [Lärm]
charivari [terrible noise]
9
Höllenlärm {m} [ugs.]
urban [Noise Manual for Urban Development]Städtebauliche Lärmfibel {f}
transp. [noise of railcar buffers colliding with each other]Pufferlärm {m}
tech. anderometers [noise testing instruments]Anderometer {pl} [Geräuschprüfgeräte]
blatancy [noise]Lärmen {n}
blatancy [noise]Plärren {n}
Unverified crash [loud noise]Gepolter {n} [Lärm]
thundersticks [inflatable noise makers]Klatschstangen {pl}
2 Words: Others
drowned out {past-p} [by other noise]übertönt
high-pitched {adj} [noise, sound]Hochfrequenz- [Lärm, Ton]
phys. Unverified radio frequency {adj} [attr.] [also: radio-frequency] [e.g. noise, field etc.]hochfrequent [z. B. Rauschen, Feld]
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