- 1. 騷亂；騷動
The business community was in an uproar over the new tax law. 商界因新稅法而陷入一片嘩然。
His anti same-sex marriage remarks caused an uproar in the audience. 他反對同性婚姻的言論在觀眾中引起了一片騷動。
- 2. 吵鬧；喧囂
The uproar in the cafe lasted long after midnight. 咖啡館的喧鬧一直持續到午夜之後很久。
Enjoying the Pythoncidere of nature forest and away from the noisy uproar of the city are so fresh and relaxed . What a satisfied working environment it is.
... in failure. (他們艮期田爭以失敗告終。)The debate ended in uproar. (那場辯論最後以大吵大鬧收場。)
...2 A sex-crazed male monkey has caused an uproar in a town that lots people surprising. It stole...