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  • 1 loud

    [laud]
    adj
    громкий, яркий

    The children were loud in their disapproval of the plan. — Дети громко выражали неодобрение этого плана.

    Their voices were loud with excitment. — Их голоса звучали громко от возбуждения.

    Her cry was loud with terror. — Она громко кричала от ужаса.

    The air was loud with explosions. — Воздух был наполнен шумом взрывов.

    They were loud in their conversation. — Они вели шумный/крикливый разговор.

    Actions speak louder than words. — Дела красноречивее слов. /Не на бумаге сказано - делом показано. /Не спеши языком, торопись делом

    - loud voice
    - loud colours
    - loud ties
    - in a loud voice
    - everybody was loud in praise

    English-Russian combinatory dictionary > loud

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  • praise — [prāz] vt. praised, praising [ME praisen < OFr preisier < LL pretiare < L pretium, worth, PRICE] 1. Obs. to set a price on; appraise 2. to commend the worth of; express approval or admiration of 3. to laud the glory of (God, etc.), as in …   English World dictionary

  • loud — (adj.) O.E. hlud noisy, making noise, sonorous, from W.Gmc. *khluthaz heard (Cf. O.Fris., O.S. hlud, M.Du. luut, Du. luid, O.H.G. hlut, Ger. laut loud ), from PIE pp. *klutos (Cf. Skt. srutah, Gk. klytos …   Etymology dictionary

  • loud — loud1 [laud] adj comparative louder superlative loudest [: Old English; Origin: hlud] 1.) making a lot of noise ≠ ↑quiet ▪ The book fell to the floor with a loud bang. ▪ The music was so loud that I had to shout. ▪ Who s there? asked David in a… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • loud — 1 adjective 1 making a lot of noise: a loud bang | That music s too loud. 2 someone who is loud talks too loudly and confidently: The more Tom drank, the louder he became. 3 loud clothes are unpleasantly bright: Butch was wearing a loud checked… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • praise — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. commendation, acclaim, approval, applause; eulogy; homage; benediction, thanksgiving, grace. v. t. acclaim, approve, commend, extol, eulogize, applaud; glorify, laud. See approbation, gratitude. Ant …   English dictionary for students

  • praise — v. & n. v.tr. 1 express warm approval or admiration of. 2 glorify (God) in words. n. the act or an instance of praising; commendation (won high praise; were loud in their praises). Phrases and idioms: praise be! an exclamation of pious gratitude …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Lance Loud — (June 26, 1951 ndash;December 22, 2001) was an openly gay columnist. He is probably best known for his role in An American Family , a pioneer reality show.Early lifeLance was born in La Jolla, California, while his father was in the Navy during… …   Wikipedia

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  • ker-1, kor-, kr- —     ker 1, kor , kr     English meaning: a kind of sound (hoarse shrieking, etc..), *crane     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘schallnachahmung for heisere, rauhe Töne, solche Tierstimmen and die sie ausstoßenden Tiere”     Note: Root ker 1, kor , kr : “a …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • applause — n. Acclamation, acclaim, plaudit, éclat, clapping of hands, shout of approbation, loud praise, burst of approbation …   New dictionary of synonyms

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