Definition of loudhailer in English:

loudhailer

Line breaks: loud|hail¦er
Pronunciation: /laʊdˈheɪlə(r)
 
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noun

British
An electronic device used to amplify the sound of a person’s voice so that it can be heard at a distance; a megaphone.
More example sentences
  • On Tuesday, police with loudhailers went in front of the Stand to alert punters that professional teams of pickpockets were working in the area.
  • We didn't realise until the cop cars and loudhailers appeared.
  • Floods also caused some rail services to be diverted, and the Environment Agency issued warnings via loudhailers that the River near the Rail Station was running high.

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