резкий звук; гул ; гам ; слитный шум голосов; нестройный звон колоколов; пререкания ;
издавать резкие звуки; издавать нестройные звуки; нестройно звучать; шуметь; шумно говорить; резко говорить; шумно спорить
- Rick Batey examines some potentially cut-price fares to the world of jangle
- By some mysterious alchemy it seems possible to drink two or more cups of the mellow cappuccino or caffe crema without suffering the jangle of caffeine overload.
- I must say this wasn't a problem for anyone here and I would hope that moving the string ferrule doesn't affect the brightness or jangle factor overmuch.
- The G and D strings, however, are left unfettered and the G in particular suffers from break-angle jangle as a result.
- JANGLE BELLS
- When you plug in a Ricky you expect certain things - not too much power but tons of friendly jangle and loads of character.
- There are some production hiccups that still need sorting and the setup should be better, but it's generally well-built, highly individual to look at and I'd recommend it to anybody just for the wonderful mixture of filth, jangle and clang that the pickups provide.
- Rooms jangle after rows and no one could argue like me and Martin!
- A good 12-string should jangle when chords are played, with the octave strings sounding almost as strong as the main ones when picked.
- At the jangle of the bell they heard footsteps from the passage leading to the dark-room, then Rivington pulled the curtain aside.
- The wartime commentator's jingoistic jangle was this time replaced by a solemn voice, and we were confronted with pictures of moving skeletons, some of them smiling weakly and making slow gestures.
- That's real history that is, words that are vanishing daily, fewer and fewer people learning them, all full of Dallas and Dynasty and the Beatles jingle jangle."
- The script cut from psychiatry to politics to history to Euro-moralising with dizzy speed; film-clip collages of Hitler saluting, Hess (or not-Hess) in the mortuary, hamburger ads, crumbling buildings, a screaming man in seventeenth-century dress, and the widow miming Hess's improbable suicide all chimed in an unholy jangle with the events on stage.