słownik czesko - angielski

český jazyk - English

hluk po angielsku:

1. noise noise

Don't make noise.
There have been a lot of complaints in the last few days about the amount of noise coming from your apartment.
Noise is the most serious problem for those who live around the airports.
I don't know what kind of creature is making such a terrible noise outside tonight.
What Alice, waiting for a reply, was faced with was a sudden howl. It was a resounding noise, sharp as to burst her ear drums, loud as to reach unto the heavens.
The Waterfront's success could mean that other cities soon follow, creating areas that offer people a new kind of city living, with all the benefits and none of the stress, noise and pollution of crowded centres.
To no one's surprise, loud noise has been proved to affect one's sense of hearing.
We sometimes disparagingly call noise, music that's insignificant and devoid of any charm.
Noise is produced by the sudden flow of current into a solenoid.
It is with narrow-souled people as with narrow necked bottles: the less they have in them, the more noise they make in pouring it out.
Music that doesn't transmit feelings, images, thoughts, or memories is just background noise.
Before now, when you thought of a city, you thought of crowded streets, parking problems, traffic jams, queues, noise and fumes.
Noise pollution could be avoided if only people were more sensitive to the environment.
Near the west side of the park there's a lot of noise from the road, but when you go into the park you can't hear it any more.
Living in the noise and bustle of a large city, we sometimes feel like going into the country.

Angielskie słowo "hluk" (noise) występuje w zestawach:

1000 most important Czech nouns 601 - 650
Module 1- slova navíc