قعقعة, جلبة, صلصلة, خشخشة, صخب, فوضى, ثرثرةقعقع, صلصل, تحرك محدثا قعقعة, تكلم بسرعة و بجلبة, ثرثر, جعله يقعقع
Noun(1) a rattling noise (often produced by rapid movement
Verb(1) make a rattling sound
(1) She was thinking about going back home when she heard hooves clatter on the bridge.(2) What then was making such a clatter in the kitchen?(3) the horse spun around with a clatter of hooves(4) It was almost silent in there, other than the occasional shrill outburst of a young child, or the clatter of a fork falling to the ground.(5) In the narrow corridor, their ears picked up the clatter of footsteps.(6) The cotton mills of Bolton no longer clatter with the sound of looms, but they provided the town with a worldwide heritage.(7) He let the sword clatter to the ground.(8) The clatter of cutlery and banter filled the hall.(9) The clatter of dishes stopped as she grew suddenly still.(10) He let the gun clatter to the floor, stepping back while shaking his head.(11) He slowly lowered it, released the clip and let the gun clatter to the floor.(12) she dropped her knife and fork with a clatter(13) There was a clatter of footsteps in the corridor, the thud of boots on the stairs.(14) He wanted to live with the clatter of dishes when entertaining.(15) Its attempts at reducing diesel clatter and eliminating turbo lag have been extremely effective.(16) You could say that the only sound was the cling and clatter of eating utensils hitting the porcelain plates.
1. rattle ::
2. clank ::
3. clink ::
4. clunk ::
5. clang ::
Different Formsclatter, clattered, clattering, clatters
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