⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'vociferous' von Englisch nach Deutsch
ADJ   vociferous | more vociferous | most vociferous
SYNO blatant | clamant | clamorous | ...
vociferous {adj}lautstark
vociferous {adj}lärmend
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Übersetzung für 'vociferous' von Englisch nach Deutsch

vociferous {adj}

Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Merrigan continuous and vociferous criticism of Labour resulted in him being expelled from the party in 1977.
  • In addition to her badminton career, Gutta has been vociferous for the issues she advocates for, ranging from fair treatment in sports, health and education, women's empowerment and gender equality.
  • Aven has been vociferous in his criticism of fake artworks from the school of Russian avant-garde.  This included criticism of the recent showing of avante-garde works at the Ghent Museum.
  • On 25 September 2006, amidst vociferous protests by MES, the Karnataka state government convened a five-day Assembly session, for the first time outside capital Bengaluru, in Belagavi to assert its hold over the city.
  • The Kop is home to S-Pulse's most vociferous and colourful supporters, with the presence of a supporter band each home game creating a carnival atmosphere.
  • In 2003, missing their inspirational captain Tim Mack, and up against some vociferous northern support, Team USA were never in contention as the Europeans went into the lead early on day one and never relinquished it.
  • There was also an intense rivalry between Western Australia and South Australia, with fans at games between the states always vociferous and parochial.
  • Vaiko was known as "Lion Of Parliament" due to his vociferous speeches in Parliament. After 14 days in judicial custody, Vaiko was released.
  • The Great Council of Chiefs endorsed the bill at a meeting on 27 July. The endorsement came after more than two months of reserving judgement in the light of vociferous public objections.
  • He then launched a vociferous campaign to clean up slums and exterminate rats, the carriers of the plague.
  • The lyrics and tone of Operation Ivy's music portray a vociferous desire for social justice and a strong distrust of mainstream conformist culture.
  • Khater is a vociferous critic of Israel and the Palestinian Authority's political stands.
  • Throughout his life, Miles was a socialist. He was a 'vociferous' opponent of the 2003 Iraq War. He survived his long-term partner, Diana, by three years.
  • His green stetson hat became well-known and Whelan was seen as an ardently vociferous advocate for the agricultural sector, with a habit for plain-spokenness (which occasionally got him in trouble).
  • He was a vociferous advocate for the local cloth trade, lobbying politicians and publishing a pamphlet "The Interest of England Consider'd in an Essay Upon Wool" (1694).
  • Although his entire teaching career was spent in the private sector, Pilkington was a vociferous supporter of selective state education.
  • Bhembre has been a vociferous advocate for the cause of Konkani language. He played a great role in various movements related to the language.
  • "Soap Girl" has engendered the most vociferous pro-and-con arguments I've ever seen on the AsianAmericanFilm.com message boards.
  • While this structuralist approach to Marxism and filmmaking was used, the more vociferous complaint that the Russian filmmakers had was with the narrative structure of the cinema of the United States.
  • Along with a vibrant media, an activist Supreme Court and an increasingly vociferous civil society, his supporters say, Rai has made his office into a powerful force for accountability and transparency in modern India.
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