Çince'de disturbance

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(名) 扰乱, 忧虑, 不安

Çince'de disturbance

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(名) 擾亂, 憂慮, 不安

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“But I thought there was a great deal of disturbance in the streets.”
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According to the French newspaper Le Monde, the plane sent an alert at 1:38 am, informing about a change of course due to low visibility — and to avoid an area with atmospheric disturbances.
(Voice of America)
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and these veterans, accustomed to colonial existence and undiscriminating as to the cause of disturbances,
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Nevertheless, Saturday’s attack occurred more than 1,000 kilometres (620 miles) to the southeast, in Yunnan, which had no history of this type of disturbance.
(Voice of America)
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Pay attention to the symptoms and warning signs to determine if you are going through some serious physical disturbance due to heat.
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This was the word brought back by the attendant. The news ran instantly through the crowd. The disturbance caused by it was so great that the chief judge rose to his feet, and the officers came into the church, to enforce silence.
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They had their trysts in the least-frequented squares of the district, frequently changing the places, like timid birds that at the slightest disturbance fly to perch a little further away.
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without the economic life of the world suffering any long disturbance. A single month would be enough to crush France, the most to be feared of their adversaries. Then they would march against Russia,
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The Venezuelan president clarified that this is a measure that should be taken, but without it causing “social and political disturbances.”
(Voice of America)
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“Psychotic disorders” are diseases or diseased conditions associated with mental disturbance and/or mentality frustration.
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Eş anlamlılar

1. uproar: racket, disorder, tempest, ruffle, riot, clamour, shake
2. disorder: convulsion, agitation, disarrangement, upheaval, commotion, perplexity, confusion
3. insurrection: revolt, riot
4. quarrel: brawl, fisticuffs


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