hullabaloo

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Englisch - Türkisch
velvele
gürültü
yaygara

Tom ve Mary tüm yaygarayı önlemek için gizlice evlenmek istiyordu. - Tom and Mary wanted to get married on the quiet to avoid all the hullabaloo.

{i} gürültü; hayhuy; velvele; patırtı
Englisch - Englisch
An uproar or fuss

Certainly they had brought with them some rotten hippo–meat, which couldn’t have lasted very long, anyway, even if the pilgrims hadn’t, in the midst of a shocking hullabaloo, thrown a considerable quantity of it overboard.

disturbance usually in protest
A hullabaloo is a lot of noise or fuss made by people who are angry or excited about something. I was scared by the hullabaloo over my arrival. = rumpus
{i} ruckus, uproar, confusion
A confused noise; uproar; tumult
hullabaloo

    Silbentrennung

    hul·la·ba·loo

    Türkische aussprache

    hʌlıbılu

    Aussprache

    /ˌhələbəˈlo͞o/ /ˌhʌləbəˈluː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'h&-l&-b&-"lü ] (noun.) 1762. The Oxford English Dictionary has this as a native English word, first appearing in print in 1762 (Smollett). The OED and other etymologists do not consider the possibility that the word was introduced from India into the English language. The term 'Hullabol' is still used in Indian English to describe a type of public demonstration, involving making a great noise. 'Hulla' is either derived from 'Hamla' meaning 'attack' or from 'halhala' meaning 'ululation' (both words from Persian and then Urdu). 'Bol' is from the Hindi verb 'bolna', 'to utter or say'.

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