Definition of noisy in English:

noisy

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Pronunciation: /ˈnɔɪzi
 
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adjective (noisier, noisiest)

  • 2 technical Accompanied by or introducing random fluctuations that obscure the real signal or data.
    More example sentences
    • Although TV snow obscures the main picture, a noisy signal can sometimes improve visual perception.
    • Integrating the noisy velocity signal gave a noisy displacement signal that was not useful.
    • Like many other researchers, we found the large and noisy background signal from tungsten to be a problem.

Derivatives

noisily

adverb
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  • Once the game began, every hit, every pass, and every shot was argued about and celebrated noisily.
  • But by 1990, he was repeatedly and noisily complaining about the downside of fame.
  • After lunch I felt so bad I dissolved some aspirin in warm water, gargled noisily and swallowed gratefully.

noisiness

noun
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  • The venue's sound system did them justice and really showcased the noisiness, the melodic nuances and the vocals.
  • Indeed, solutions like the muffler to deal with the noisiness of early automobiles inspired confidence.
  • Whilst he wasn't the worst father in the world and paid the children a bit of attention he preferred the peace and quiet of our dining room to the noisiness of four children eating.

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