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to state / to declare / statement / declaration / CL: 項|项,
HSK 6
copyright statement
disclaimer
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *声* | 声* | *声
sound / voice / tone / noise / reputation / classifier for sounds
voice / sound / CL: 個|个
HSK 3
ultrasonic / ultrasound
noise
ultrasound (scan)
ring / ringtone / bell stroke / tintinnabulation
comic dialogue / sketch / crosstalk
HSK 6
popularity / prestige
first tone in Mandarin (high, level tone)
singing voice / fig. original voice of a poet
reputation / fame
HSK 6
acoustic (musical instrument)
vocal / sound / sound production / to utter / to give voice
thoughts / feelings / aspirations / heartfelt wishes / inner voice
vocal music
laughter
noiseless / noiselessly / silent
sound track / audio channel
sound card
speaker
applause / CL: 陣|阵
sound / noise
coda / epilogue / end
to claim / to state / to proclaim / to assert
voice actor (loanword from Japanese 声優 seiyū)
The Voice of China, PRC reality talent show
yelling (sound made by person) / barking / braying / roaring (sound made by animals)
quietly / softly / neutral tone / light stress
vocal cords / vocal folds / (motion picture) soundtrack
acoustics
loud voice / in a loud voice / loudly
a shout / fig. opinion or demand, esp. expressed by a group
echo
sound of the wind / rumor / talk / news / reputation
in a low voice / softly
consonant / the initial consonant (of a Chinese syllable)
sound wave
voice change (at puberty) / to alter one's voice (deliberately) / to sound different (when angry etc)
tone / note / a tone (on a Chinese syllable) / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
crack / shooting sound / gunshot
noise
audiobook / recording of a person reading the text of a book
sound dissipation / noise reduction
reputation
stereo sound
Deutsche Welle, German publicly-operated international broadcaster
tone of voice / timbre
The Sound of Music, Broadway musical (1959) and Academy Award-winning movie (1965)
aloud / loud / loudly
in a low voice / (speak) in whispers
sound of weeping
thunder
very loudly / at the top of one's voice
to utter / to give voice
noise reduction equipment
harmony (music)
ideogram plus phonetic (one of the Six Methods 六書|六书 of forming Chinese characters) / also known as phonogram, phonetic compound or picto-phonetic character
audiobook
to lose one's voice / (to cry out) involuntarily
to utter a word
not a word or movement (idiom); remaining calm and collected / not batting an eyelid
quietly / noiselessly
audio-visual / (ultrasonography etc) acoustic image
clamor
an answering voice / to answer a voice / to respond / to copy a voice / to parrot
comic monologue / one-person comic sketch
all speaking together / in chorus
simultaneous interpretation
having sound and color (idiom); vivid / dazzling
fame and power / prestige / influence / impetus / momentum
HSK 6
different mouths, same voice / to speak in unison (idiom)
reputation / declaration
noise pollution
sound of a drum / drumbeat
joint declaration
gramophone / phonograph
wordless and uncommunicative (idiom); without speaking / taciturn / not providing any news
repeatedly (say something)
bel canto
to yell / hubbub
lit. if thrown on the floor, it will make a sound (idiom) / fig. (of one's words) powerful and resonating / to have substance
to vanish without trace (idiom) / to lie low
vivid and colorful (idiom); true to life / lively and realistic
to denounce / to condemn
to threaten the east and strike to the west (idiom) / to create a diversion
sonar (sound navigation and ranging) (loanword)
statement
(of a singer etc) excellent in voice and expression (idiom)
(telephone) ring / ringing
the four tones of Middle Chinese: level tone 平聲|平声, rising tone 上聲|上声, departing tone 去聲|去声 and entering tone 入聲|入声 / the four tones of Modern Standard Mandarin
herald / precursor / harbinger
to not say a word
onomatopoeia
to support (a cause)
stern voice
to submit to humiliation (idiom); to suffer in silence / to swallow one's anger / to grin and bear it
(false) bravado / to bluff

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