07380144-n 'a loud resonant repeating noise';
Catalan estrèpit
English crash9 () , clash2 , clangor2 ( ) , clang1 () , clangoring1 , clangour () , clank ()
Basque danbada , zalaparta , danbateko , burrunba , dunbots , harrabots
Finnish kolina , kalina , helinä , räminä , kalske
French choc , tinter
Galician estrondo
Indonesian gerencang , kelentang , lentang-lentung , dentuman , gemerencang , kelentung
Italian clangore
Japanese カチンカチン
Dutch gekletter , geschal , gerinkel , metaalklank
Romanian bangăt , dăngănit , dangăt
Slovene rožljanje , žvenketanje
Spanish estrépito
Thai เสียงก้องกังวาน , เสียงก้องสะท้อน
Malaysian gerencang , dentangan , kelentang , lentang-lentung , dentuman , gemerencang , kelentung
Definitions
Italian
squillo acuto
Japanese
大きな共鳴を繰り返す雑音 ― 彼は、遠くでベルの大きな音が聞こえた
Romanian
Sunetul prelung al clopotului
English
a loud resonant repeating noise ― he could hear the clang of distant bells
Relations
Hypernym: noise
Semantic Field: eventn
External Links

SUMO: ⊂ RadiatingSound

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.050; Future: 0.000)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.00) MLSentiCon: (+0.12 -0.25)


Langs:

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