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noise control
[UK: nɔiz kɔntroul]
noise created by gunfire
[UK: nɔiz kriːeitid biː gʌnfaiər]
noise exposure
[UK: nɔiz ikspouʒərmiːtər]
noise immunity
[UK: nɔiz imjuːnitiː]
noise insulation
[UK: nɔiz insjuleiʃən]
noise level
[UK: nɔiz levəl]
noise maker
[UK: nɔiz meikər]
noise measurements
[UK: nɔiz meʒəmənts]
noise of a cricket
[UK: nɔiz ɔf ə krikit]
noise of laughter
[UK: nɔiz ɔf lɑːftər]
noise on rough road
[UK: nɔiz ɔn rau roud]
noise on smooth road
[UK: nɔiz ɔn smuːθ roud]
noise protection
[UK: nɔiz prətekʃən]
noise protection measure
[UK: nɔiz prətekʃən meʒər]
noise reduction
[UK: nɔiz ridʌkʃən]
noise sensitive
[UK: nɔiz sensətiv]
noise suppression
[UK: nɔiz səpreʃən]
noise suppression plate
[UK: nɔiz səpreʃən pleit]
noise threshold
[UK: nɔiz θreʃhould]
noisefree
[UK: nouizfriː]
noiselessness
[UK: nɔizləsnəs]
noisemaker
[UK: nɔizləsnəs]
noises
[UK: nɔiziz]
noises with no meaning
[UK: nɔiziz wið nou miːniŋ]
a hell of a noise
[UK: ə hel ɔf ə nɔiz]
ambient noise
[UK: æmbiənt nɔiz]
amount of noise
[UK: əmaunt ɔf nɔiz]
basic noise
[UK: beisik nɔiz]
big noise
[UK: big nɔiz]
construction noise
[UK: kənstrʌkʃən nɔiz]
deafening noise
[UK: defniŋ nɔiz]
discordant noise
[UK: diskɔːdənt nɔiz]
ear pain caused by noise
[UK: iər pein kɔːzd biː nɔiz]
earsplitting noise
[UK: əːsplitiŋ nɔiz]
explode with a loud noise
[UK: əːsplitiŋ nɔiz]
faint background noise
[UK: feint bækgraund nɔiz]
hold your noise
[UK: feint bækgraund nɔiz]
infernal noise
[UK: infəːnl nɔiz]
level of noise
[UK: levəl ɔf nɔiz]
loud noise
[UK: laud nɔiz]
loud sharp noise
[UK: laud ʃɑːp nɔiz]
low-noise
[UK: lounɔiz]
made a terrible noise
[UK: meid ə terəbl nɔiz]
made noise
[UK: meid nɔiz]
make a gargling noise
[UK: meik ə gɑːgliŋ nɔiz]
make a guttural noise
[UK: meik ə gʌtərəl nɔiz]
make a harsh grating noise
[UK: meik ə hɑːʃ greitiŋ nɔiz]
make a hiccupping noise
[UK: meik ə hɑːʃ greitiŋ nɔiz]
make a loud sharp noise
[UK: meik ə laud ʃɑːp nɔiz]
make a noise
[UK: meik ə nɔiz]
make a ringing noise
[UK: meik ə riŋiŋ nɔiz]
make a slamming noise
[UK: meik ə slæmiŋ nɔiz]
make a splashing noise
[UK: meik ə splæʃiŋ nɔiz]
makes noise
[UK: meiks nɔiz]
making a cat-like noise
[UK: meiks nɔiz]
making a noise
[UK: meikiŋ ə nɔiz]
making noise
[UK: meikiŋ nɔiz]
mechanical whirring noise
[UK: mikænikl wəːriŋ nɔiz]
metallic clanging noise
[UK: mitælik klæŋiŋ nɔiz]
metallic noise
[UK: mitælik nɔiz]
microphone noise
[UK: maikrəfoun nɔiz]
not making any noise
[UK: nout meikiŋ æniː nɔiz]
produce a high-pitched noise
[UK: nout meikiŋ æniː nɔiz]
reducing noise
[UK: ridjuːsiŋ nɔiz]
ringing noise
[UK: riŋiŋ nɔiz]
road noise
[UK: roud nɔiz]
room noise
[UK: ruːm nɔiz]
splashing noise
[UK: splæʃiŋ nɔiz]
static noise
[UK: stætik nɔiz]
strident noise
[UK: straidnt nɔiz]
sudden loud noise
[UK: sʌdn laud nɔiz]
tape noise
[UK: teip nɔiz]
terrible noise
[UK: terəbl nɔiz]
tinkling noise
[UK: tiŋkliŋ nɔiz]

Example Sentences Including 'noise'

Decrepitation is the noise produced when certain chemical compounds are heated or refers to the cracking, or breaking-up of lumps of limestone during heating.

Stochastic control or stochastic optimal control is a subfield of control theory that deals with the existence of uncertainty either in observations or in the noise that drives the evolution of the system.

Gnaw is a New York City noise band created by Alan Dubin after the dissolution of Khanate.

As a result, flights are now usually just something to grin and bear - plug in your noise-cancelling headphones, squeeze those knees in and wait for landing.

The spine-tingling noise of the Kop, how the best teams on the planet have buckled under the roof-raising roars of a stadium full of baying Scousers.

Sound of White Noise is the sixth studio album by American thrash metal band Anthrax, released in May 1993 on Elektra Records.

Janitor Joe was an American noise rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1992.

Grindcore is an extreme genre of music that originated in the early to mid-1980s, drawing inspiration from the most abrasive-sounding musical styles: hardcore punk, extreme metal, industrial and noise rock.

Turing Machine is an instrumental rock band formed in New York City in 1998 by Justin Chearno and Scott DeSimon, late of DC's noise-rockers Pitchblende and Gerhardt 'Jerry' Fuchs, who had moved to New York to play with Bitch Magnet guitarist Jon Fine's new band, Vineland.

Hearing conservation programs are designed to prevent hearing loss due to noise.

Driving along the motorway, you wind down the window to let the breeze in, only to have the thundering noise echo throughout the cabin.

Suction is the third studio album by noise rock band Feedtime, released in 1989 by Rough Trade Records.

Several of the hotels prevent non-residents from staying over out to prevent noise and wild parties.

Ask Questions Later is the third album by American noise rock group Cop Shoot Cop, released on March 30, 1993 by Big Cat and Interscope Records.

Aeroacoustics is a branch of acoustics that studies noise generation via either turbulent fluid motion or aerodynamic forces interacting with surfaces.

Sift the Noise is the debut album by Australian indie rock band Skipping Girl Vinegar.

Eros and the Eschaton are an American noise pop band from Greensboro, North Carolina.

Terrible Certainty is the third studio album by German thrash metal band Kreator released in 1987 through Noise Records.

Blowing a raspberry, strawberry or making a Bronx cheer, is to make a noise that may signify derision, real or feigned.

Rapeman was an American noise rock band founded in 1987 and disbanded in 1989.





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