- 嘈杂的,喧闹的 full of noise, making a lot of noise
full of or characterized by loud and nonmusical sounds;
"a noisy cafeteria"
"a small noisy dog"
attracting attention by showiness or bright colors;
"a noisy sweater"
- I prefer the quiet countryside to the noisy cities.
- He was notorious for his noisy parties in the town.
- I have got accustomed to noisy sound.
- These noisy conditions aren't really conducive to concentrated work.
- The bus was packed with noisy schoolchildren.
- She froze her noisy children with a single look.
- He silenced the noisy children with a fierce look.
- Ade frowned at the noisy children.
- Those noisy kids will be hell on her nerves.
- Has that noisy class settled down yet?
- The teacher soon reduced the noisy class to order.
- Old people like sitting still and drinking tea; they don't like noisy dancing.
- It's difficult to carry on a conversation at a noisy party.
- It's a noisy street.
- We are averse to such noisy surroundings.
- It's too noisy here.
- It's very noisy in this office.
- It's terribly noisy living near the airport, planes are coming over all the time.
- It was so noisy in the room that I had to scream my name.
- The night was noisy with crackers.
Six per cent of the population complain that their neighbours are noisy.出自： G. Gorer
The bus was old..the engine was noisy.出自： W. Abish
Sam was not a noisy dog; he rarely barked.出自： G. Lord