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noisy / cacophonous / to make noise / to disturb / to vent (feelings) / to fall ill / to have an attack (of sickness) / to go in (for some activity) / to joke
bustling with noise and excitement / lively
alarm clock
to cause havoc / to run amok
to cause trouble / to create a disturbance
noisy / raucous / to shout and scream
downtown area / city center
to make a noise / noisy
Monkey Wreaks Havoc in Heaven, story about the Monkey King Sun Wukong 孫悟空|孙悟空 from the novel Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记
to enjoy watching a bustling scene / to go where the crowds are
to act willfully and make a scene / to make trouble
to be at loggerheads / to have a falling out
to join in the fun / to get in on the action / (fig.) to butt in / to create more trouble
to be vexed or annoyed / to feel queasy
to get angry
made to look a fool / a laughingstock
to make trouble without reason (idiom); to be deliberately provocative
alarm (clock)
(dialect) bustling / lively
to have a falling out / to have a big argument
to disturb / to create confusion / to make a din
to be difficult with sb / to provoke disagreement / at loggerheads / to fall out with
(dialect) bustling / lively
to create a big disturbance
disturbing the privacy of bridal room (Chinese custom where guests banter with and play pranks on the newlyweds)
to be in a bad mood
to make a lot of noise / to be disorderly
to shout and scream (idiom); to kick up a fuss / to make a scene
clamorous / noisy / sensational / very exciting
(coll.) to have diarrhea
to play games / to joke around / to play a joke on sb
alarm clock
to make a terrible scene (idiom) / to throw a tantrum
gongs and drums overture to a Chinese opera / to create a disturbance
to make trouble / to make fun of
while the connoisseur recognizes the artistry, the layman simply enjoys the show
to make a scene / to fool around / to behave foolishly
noisy / a racket
Five ghosts mock the judge, or Five ghosts resist judgment (title of folk opera, idiom); important personage mobbed by a crowd of ne'er-do-wells
the poor are ignored in the busiest city; the rich will find relatives in the deepest mountain
(coll.) to be burglarized
snooze button
to create an uproar
to cause trouble

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