妨害, 動揺, 騒乱, 動乱, 暴動, 変乱, 騒ぎ, じゃま, 変, 戦乱, 困惑, 兵乱, 争乱, 喧々囂々
Noun(1) activity that is a malfunction, intrusion, or interruption(2) an unhappy and worried mental state(3) a disorderly outburst or tumult(4) a noisy fight(5) the act of disturbing something or someone; setting something in motion(6) (psychiatry(7) electrical or acoustic activity that can disturb communication
(1) A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said they were called to the disturbance and when they arrived a number of people had already left.(2) This came after strong protests from West Chiswick residents over extra traffic and disturbance in the area.(3) The committee received objections from two residents worried about increased traffic and potential disturbance to the resting place of bats.(4) Police detained them for causing a disturbance , although officers took their petition and passed it on.(5) The strong brightening of the aurora on 28 January corresponded with the recent arrival of a large disturbance in the solar wind.(6) Freedom from disturbance is the condition that causes human happiness, and this is the ethical goal.(7) a helicopter landing can cause disturbance to residents(8) He said: ├ö├ç├┐Residents do not need this disturbance and we want to see the travellers move on as soon as possible.├ö├ç├û(9) The installation of this phone booth is definitely creating physical danger and mental disturbance to local as well as visiting pedestrians.(10) Their skin also becomes discoloured and their personality becomes morbid due to the mental disturbance that accompanies the condition.(11) Charges vary, including unlawful assembly, causing a disturbance , and assaulting and obstructing a police officer.(12) Further, an unjustifiable disturbance in family life by an arbitrary separation of child and parents would engage Article 8.(13) They will fine them and make them pay for the fare and deal with any disturbance .(14) Out of the love for her work, Ye Sha adheres to the night shift, regardless of the disturbance from her chronic headache.(15) The state defines unlawful assembly as a threat of ├ö├ç├┐tumultuous disturbance of the peace.├ö├ç├û(16) Both men were charged with causing an unlawful disturbance .
(1) civil disturbance :: 内乱
2. riot ::
3. trouble ::
4. mental disturbance ::
5. hoo-hah ::
6. noise ::
7. perturbation ::
8. affray ::
Different Formsdisturbance, disturbances
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