- Ғавғоиталаб кардандclamoringclamours
Noun(1) loud and persistent outcry from many people
Verb(1) utter or proclaim insistently and noisily(2) make loud demands
(1) As she neared, she heard the clamour of their excited voices rising and echoing off the rock walls around her.(2) There will also be a desperate clamour for tickets, accommodation and buses as more than 35,000 fans from the south coast prepare to travel to the Welsh capital.(3) And especially not to listen to the chorus of middle class pressure groups and supplicants who clamour for their own priorities to be espoused unexamined.(4) Now Manchester's ruling Labour group has pledged to act after its own backbenchers joined the clamour for change.(5) He has to face down the markets, his political critics, and his own colleagues as the clamour for solutions to the looming economic crunch inevitably grows.(6) So when the railways began to expand in the south in mid-1850s, there was a clamour for a rail link to the hills.(7) ├ö├ç├┐The clamour for early interest rate increases is unjustified and potentially dangerous, particularly for manufacturing,├ö├ç├û he said.(8) Labour is going to learn whether or not it is possible to resist the public clamour for tax cuts and still win a general election.(9) Many locals also work with the international agencies, and are well off by past standards, although the clamour for more jobs in an economy with high unemployment is intense.(10) In recent months, however, as worker unrest has swelled and fewer job recruits have arrived, the clamour for jobs at the factory gates has declined.(11) That was enough for all of them to clamour for group photographs, autographs and exchange of pleasantries of all sorts.(12) This is why they clamour so loudly for deregulation, in the hope of diluting the health and safety, consumer protection and environmental standards which force them to carry their own costs.(13) the questions rose to a clamour(14) Earlier this week, the work cafeteria was buzzing with the clamour of the morning rush.(15) ├ö├ç├┐I think the Prime Minister has done a fantastic job,├ö├ç├û he says, dismissing the growing clamour for an early succession.(16) With many investors still smarting after the destruction of equity - based investments, there is a clamour for safer havens for longer term savings.
1. din ::
6. yell ::
доду фарёд задан
7. demand ::
Different Formsclamour, clamoured, clamouring, clamours
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