n [U, sing] (outburst of) noise and excitement or anger; tumult 喧嚣; 骚动; 吵闹
*The meeting ended in (an) uproar. 会议以大吵大闹收场.
* There was (an) uproar over the tax increases. 税款增加引起了鼓噪.
n [singular, U]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Dutch;Origin: oproer, from op 'up' + roer 'movement'; influenced by English roar]
a lot of noise or angry protest about something
be in (an) uproar
The house was in an uproar, with babies crying and people shouting.
1. The meeting ended in (an) uproar. 会议以大吵大闹收场.