Meaning of NOISY in English

NOISY

(noisier, noisiest)

1.

A ~ person or thing makes a lot of loud or unpleasant noise.

...my ~ old typewriter...

His daughter was very active and ~ in the mornings.

? quiet

ADJ

noisily

The students on the grass bank cheered noisily...

She sat by the window, noisily gulping her morning coffee.

ADV: usu ADV with v, also ADV adj

2.

A ~ place is full of a lot of loud or unpleasant noise.

It’s a ~ place with film clips showing constantly on one of the cafe’s giant screens...

The baggage hall was crowded and ~...

? quiet, peaceful

ADJ

3.

If you describe someone as ~, you are critical of them for trying to attract attention to their views by frequently and forcefully discussing them.

...the ~ and unpopular fringe groups that are attempting to change the culture of their society.

= strident

ADJ disapproval

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