- adj. 大声的；吵闹的；引人注目的
- adv. 大声地；响亮地
- I gave a loud yawn, but he just kept on talking.
- He cleared his nose with a loud sniff.
- All of this loud music is driving me up the wall.
- He put plug in his ear because the noise was too loud.
- His manner is too loud.
- Don't talk so loud.
- He blew several loud blasts on his whistle.
- I can't do with loud music.
- Who's making those loud noises?
- She was awakened by a loud bang.
- A loud noise diverted my attention from studying.
- He always speaks in a loud voice.
- He uttered a loud oath.
- He called his dog with a loud whistle.
- In the speech many people were angry by that boy's loud cry.
- The loud cheers drown out his shouts.
- She wore lipstick and had a loud voice.
- That's a busy and loud street.
- He was wearing a loud tie.
- The radio isn't loud enough, could you turn it up?
- I couldn't hear what he said because the radio was so loud.
- The music is too loud, please turn it down.
- Those cigarettes sticks are very loud.
- That dress is a bit loud, isn't it?
- They were loud in demands.
- The teachers were loud in her praise.
- When talking about that picture, she was loud in her praises.
- The noise at the party was so loud that I was hardly able to edge in a remark at all.
- He spoke loud enough for most of the audience to hear him.
- Don't talk so loud, you'll wake the whole street.
- He read the news article out loud.
- Don't whisper, if you've got something to say, say it out loud.
- The message goes out loud and clear.
- John speaks loud and clear.
- We try to sing louder.
- Speak louder, please!
- loud enough 足够大声
Down the Steep it falls, In loud Cascades.出自： G. Lyttelton
The storm was now loud.出自： A. Radcliffe
The loud waves lash'd the shore.出自： T. Campbell
A straight, loud voice that rang through the terrible silence.出自： C. Potok
An explosion a hundred times louder than the loudest..thunderclap.出自： A. Davis
Vibrations from a loud electric bell.出自： B. Ashley
Better not talk so loud He may be listening.出自： G. Greene
They could hear the storm blowing louder than before.出自： P. Bowles
- loud作为副词的基本意思是发出音量大、传得远的声音。用于speak, talk, sing, read等动词之后,在句中作状语。比较级多用louder,很少用more loud。
- loud and clear的意思是“表达清楚”,在句中作状语,置于动词之后。
- loud, aloud, loudly
- 1.从词性上说, aloud和loudly只能用作副词; 而loud既可用作副词,又可用作形容词。例如：
- Who's making those loud noises?谁在那里大声喧哗?
- 2.从含义上说, loud和loudly只指“大声地”“高声地”; 而aloud除指“大声地”外,还可指“出声地”。
- She insisted loudly on her right.她大吵大闹,坚持要享受她的权利。
- 3.从词形变化上说, aloud没有比较级和最高级; 而loud和loudly则具有比较级和最高级形式,例如：
- I can't hear you, please speak louder.我听不见,请大点声讲。
- 4.从搭配上说, aloud作“出声地”解时主要与read, think等连用,作“大声地”解时主要与call, shout, cry等连用; 而loud主要与talk, speak, sing, laugh等连用; loudly则可与任何发出声响的动词如bring, explode, knock和insist, demand, explain等连用。例如：
- Try to sing louder.尽量唱大声些。
- Someone knocked loudly at the door.有人大声敲门。
- 5.从在句中的位置上说, loud和aloud只能用在动词后面; 而loudly则既可用在动词后,也可用在动词前。例如：
- My neighbour's cock loudly crows outside my windows.我邻居家的公鸡常在我窗下大叫。
- He talked loud.他大声说话。
- He called me loudly.他大声叫我。
- 6.从正式程度上说, loudly比loud更正式些。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的hlud，意为音，高声。
- loudness n. 高声,大声;喧闹;〈物〉响度,音量