Meaning of NOISE in English

NOISE

I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French, disturbance, ~, from Latin nausea nausea Date: 13th century loud, confused, or senseless shouting or outcry, 2. sound , any sound that is undesired or interferes with one's hearing of something, an unwanted signal or a disturbance (as static or a variation of voltage) in an electronic device or instrument (as radio or television), electromagnetic radiation (as light or radio waves) that is composed of several frequencies and that involves random changes in frequency or amplitude, irrelevant or meaningless data or output occurring along with desired information, common talk ; rumor , something that attracts attention , something spoken or uttered, a style of rock music that is loud, often discordant, and usually uses electronic ~ (as feedback), ~less adjective ~lessly adverb II. verb (~d; noising) Date: 14th century intransitive verb to talk much or loudly, to make a ~, transitive verb to spread by rumor or report

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