V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: (n.) a loud, persistent noise; (v.) 1. to make loud noise; 2. to instill or teach someone something through repetition
Synonyms: (n.) noise, clamor, racket, roar, ruckus, clangor, hubbub, commotion; (v.) clang, repeat
Antonyms: quiet, stillness
Tips: To help you remember the meaning of the word din, "loud, persistent noise," think of a large dinner party where everyone is talking over one another and the noise of everyone's voices become louder as the night goes on. Din implies not only loudness, but clangor and discord. Think of all the sounds in a restaurant (people talking, music playing, dishes clanking) coming together to form a din. So, when you have dinner out, you're usually hearing a din.
The din of the siren on the ambulance that drove by my house last night woke me. (noise, clamor) noun
I had to shout to be heard above the din at the concert. (noise, racket) noun
The professor dinned the lesson into us, so that by the time we took the test, we were more than well prepared. (repeated, instilled through repetition) verb
The din of New York City always makes me feel energized and alive. (commotion, hubbub) noun
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