Meaning of NOISE in English

NOISE

[noise] n [ME, fr. OF, strife, quarrel, noise, fr. L nausea nausea] (13c) 1: loud, confused, or senseless shouting or outcry

2. a: sound; esp: one that lacks agreeable musical quality or is noticeably unpleasant b: any sound that is undesired or interferes with one's hearing of something c: an unwanted signal or a disturbance (as static or a variation of voltage) in an electronic device or instrument (as radio or television); broadly: a disturbance interfering with the operation of a usu. mechanical device or system d: electromagnetic radiation (as light or radio waves) that is composed of several frequencies and that involves random changes in frequency or amplitude e: irrelevant or meaningless data or output occurring along with desired information

3: common talk: rumor; esp: slander

4: something that attracts attention "the play ... will make little ~ in the world --Brendan Gill"

5: something spoken or uttered -- noise.less adj -- noise.less.ly adv

[2]noise vb noised ; nois.ing vi (14c) 1: to talk much or loudly

2: to make a noise ~ vt: to spread by rumor or report--usu. used with about or abroad "the scandal was quickly noised about"

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