1 ruidom.1 noise (sonido).desde aquí se escuchan los ruidos de la fiesta you can hear the noise of the party from hereesta lavadora hace mucho ruido this washing machine is very noisy¡no hagas ruido! be quiet!ruido de fondo background noisemucho ruido y pocas nueces much ado about nothing2 row (alboroto).hacer o meter ruido to cause a stir3 glitch.4 bruit.* * *1 (gen) noise2 (sonido) sound3 (jaleo) din, row4 figurado stir, commotion\hacer ruido / meter ruido to make a noise 2 figurado to cause a stirruido ambiental / ruido de fondo background noise* * *noun m.noise, sound* * *SM1) (=sonido) noise
¿has oído ese ruido? — did you hear that noise?
no hagas ruido, que el niño está durmiendo — don't make a sound, the baby's sleeping
me hace ruido el estómago — * my stomach is rumbling
lejos del mundanal ruido — hum, liter far from the madding crowd liter
es más el ruido que las nueces —
prometieron reformas para este año, pero era más el ruido que las nueces — they promised reforms for this year, but it was all hot air
los grandes beneficios anunciados son más el ruido que las nueces — the large profits they announced are not all what they were cracked up to be
ruido de sables, en los cuarteles se oye ruido de sables — there's talk of rebellion in the ranks2) (=escándalo)
hacer o meter ruido — to cause a stir* * *a) ( sonido) noise
no metas or hagas tanto ruido — don't make so much noise
lejos del mundanal ruido — (liter o hum) far from the madding crowd (liter), away from it allb) (Audio) noise* * *a) ( sonido) noise
no metas or hagas tanto ruido — don't make so much noise
lejos del mundanal ruido — (liter o hum) far from the madding crowd (liter), away from it allb) (Audio) noise* * *ruido11 = clatter, noise, cacophony, rumble, loud noise, squeak, swish.
Ex: A recitation of the best thought out principles for a cataloging code is easily drowned out by the clatter of a bank of direct access devices vainly searching for misplaced records.Ex: Discomfort is caused if windows are opened, heat, cold, dirt and noise are offered 'open-access' to the interior.Ex: The book contributors have produced a work that is intricate and persuasive, and they have also produced a deafening cacophony of concepts.Ex: Deep in the rugged coal fields of West Virginia, the rumble of a steam locomotive mingles with the sound of the New River crashing through its steep rocky gorge.Ex: Overstimulation (ie, crowded quarters & loud noises) generally has negative effects on people.Ex: On a bicycle there can be nothing more annoying then a squeak while you're riding.Ex: At times when I'm in bed I can hear a swishing sound in my head, not a constant swish but a pulsating swish.* alejado del mundanal ruido = far from the maddening crowd(s).* con un ruido sordo = plump.* hacer ruido = be loud, rattle.* hacer ruido al sorber = slurp.* hacer un ruido = make + a noise.* haciendo ruido = noisily.* lejos del mundanal ruido = out in the woods, far from the maddening crowd(s).* mucho ruido y pocas nueces = much ado about nothing, storm in a teacup, Posesivo + bark is worse than + Posesivo + bite.* nivel de ruido = noise level.* ruido altisonante = cacophony.* ruido corporal = bodily noise.* ruido de fondo = background noise.* ruido industrial = industrial noise.* ruidos de la noche = things that go bump in the night.* ruido sordo = thud.* sin hacer ruido = as quiet as a mouse, furtively, softly.* sin ruido = soundless.* sorber haciendo ruido = slurp.ruido22 = false drop, false hit.
Ex: False drops are cards which drop from the needle when the documents that the cards represent are not truly relevant to the topic of a search.Ex: For example, 'FIND: drug and abuse' retrieves records that contain these two words but also locates records that contain the words drug and sexual abuse; these are called ' false hits'.* ruido documental = noise.* * *1 (sonido) noiseentra sin hacer ruido come in quietlyno quiero oír ni un ruido I don't want to hear a soundla lavadora hace un ruido extraño the washing machine is making a funny noisese oyen mucho los ruidos de la calle you can hear a lot of noise from the streetno metas or hagas tanto ruido don't make so much noise2 ( Audio) noiseCompuestos:white noisebackground noisesaber* rattling* * *
ruido sustantivo masculino
no hagas tanto ruido don't make so much noise
ruido sustantivo masculino
1 noise: la lavadora hace un ruido extraño, the washing machine is making a strange noise
sin ruido, quietly
2 (jaleo) fuss, row: dejad de meter ruido, vais a molestar a los vecinos, stop fussing, you'll disturb the neighbors
3 familiar stir, commotion
♦ Locuciones: mucho ruido y pocas nueces, much ado about nothing
' ruido' also found in these entries:
- die down
- sleep through
* * *ruido nm1. [sonido] noise;escuchamos un ruido we heard a noise;desde aquí se escuchan los ruidos de la fiesta you can hear the noise of the party from here;esta lavadora hace mucho ruido this washing machine is very noisy;esta impresora hace un ruido muy raro this printer is making a very strange noise;¡no hagas ruido! be quiet!;mucho ruido y pocas nueces much ado about nothingruido de fondo background noise; Pol ruido de sables:se oye ruido de sables there has been some sabre-rattling2. [alboroto] row;3. Tel noiseruido blanco white noise;ruido en la línea line noise* * *m noise;hacer ruido make a noise;armar mucho ruido make a lot of noise; fig make a fuss;mucho ruido y pocas nueces all talk and no action* * *ruido nm: noise, sound* * *ruido n noise
2 ruido de fondo* * *(n.) = background noiseEx. We are used to background noise in air conditioned buildings but the introduction of additional and unfamiliar sounds from AV equipment may be disturbing.* * ** * *(n.) = background noise
Ex: We are used to background noise in air conditioned buildings but the introduction of additional and unfamiliar sounds from AV equipment may be disturbing.* * *background noise
3 ruido documental(n.) = noiseEx. These non-relevant documents are frequently referred to as ' noise'.* * *(n.) = noise
Ex: These non-relevant documents are frequently referred to as ' noise'.
4 ruido brownianom.Brown noise, Brownian noise, random walk noise, red noise.
5 cencerreom.1 noise made by mule or horse bells.2 dreadful noise.3 clanging of bells, jingling of bells, jingling, ringing of bells.pres.indicat.1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: cencerrear.* * *SM1) [de campanillas] jangle2) [de motor] rattle, clatter3) (Mús) dreadful noise
6 ruido constantespa ruido (m) continuo, ruido (m) constanteeng steady noise, continuous noise, steady-state noise
7 ruido continuospa ruido (m) continuo, ruido (m) constanteeng steady noise, continuous noise, steady-state noise
8 acusticofobiaf.acousticophobia, phobia of noise, irrational fear of noise, fear of noise.
9 ruido raspantem.scraping noise, grinding noise, rasp, grating noise.
10 animal marinom.sea creature, marine animal.* * *(n.) = marine animalEx. The study suggests that marine animals could suffer detrimental effects ranging from a loss of hearing to increased stressed levels as a result of environmental noise.* * *(n.) = marine animal
Ex: The study suggests that marine animals could suffer detrimental effects ranging from a loss of hearing to increased stressed levels as a result of environmental noise.
11 de retorno(adj.) = returningEx. Unfortunately, the length of a satellite link is such that the returning signal is very weak, hardly distinguishable from noise.* * *(adj.) = returning
Ex: Unfortunately, the length of a satellite link is such that the returning signal is very weak, hardly distinguishable from noise.
12 de tubo de rayos catódicosEx. Typical CRT-based VDUs emit several types of radiation including light, electromagnetic fields, electrostatic fields, acoustical noise.* * *
Ex: Typical CRT-based VDUs emit several types of radiation including light, electromagnetic fields, electrostatic fields, acoustical noise.
13 no relevanteEx. These non-relevant documents are frequently referred to as 'noise'.* * *
Ex: These non-relevant documents are frequently referred to as 'noise'.
14 pérdida auditiva(n.) = hearing loss, loss of hearingEx. As professionals are informed about the often unspoken and unheard stories relating to hearing loss, they can then serve with greater knowledge, empathy, and hope.Ex. The study suggests that marine animals could suffer detrimental effects ranging from a loss of hearing to increased stressed levels as a result of environmental noise.* * *(n.) = hearing loss, loss of hearing
Ex: As professionals are informed about the often unspoken and unheard stories relating to hearing loss, they can then serve with greater knowledge, empathy, and hope.Ex: The study suggests that marine animals could suffer detrimental effects ranging from a loss of hearing to increased stressed levels as a result of environmental noise.
15 cencerrearv.1 to jangle continually (mulas, caballos).Las campanitas de la puerta cencerrean The door bells jangle.Esa trompeta cencerrea That trumpet jangles.2 to clack.3 to play on an untuned guitar.4 to make a dreadful noise, as by windows and doors shaken by the wind.* * *1 (cencerros) to ring persistently3 figurado (puertas, máquinas) to rattle* * *VI1) [campanillas] to jingle2) [motor] to rattle3) (Mús) to make a dreadful noise
16 adaptación al ruidospa adaptación (f) al ruido, adaptación (f) sonoraeng noise adaptation, adaptation to noise
17 adaptación sonoraspa adaptación (f) al ruido, adaptación (f) sonoraeng noise adaptation, adaptation to noise
18 ambiente sonorospa ruido (m) de fondo, ambiente (m) sonoroeng background noise, ambient noise
19 ruido aerodinámicospa ruido (m) aerodinámico, ruido (m) de flujo de aireeng airflow noise, airstream noise
20 ruido de banda anchaspa ruido (m) de banda anchaeng broad-band noise, wide-band noise
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