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bustling with noise and excitement / lively
to make trouble without reason (idiom); to be deliberately provocative
  *闹* | 闹* | *闹
variant of 鬧|闹
  *闹* | 闹* | *闹
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
alarm clock
to cause havoc / to run amok
to enjoy watching a bustling scene / to go where the crowds are
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 be vexed or annoyed / to feel queasy
alarm (clock)
downtown area / city center
to be at loggerheads / to have a falling out
noisy / raucous / to shout and scream
to cause trouble / to create a disturbance
to act willfully and make a scene / to make trouble
to join in the fun / to get in on the action / (fig.) to butt in / to create more trouble
to make a noise / noisy
to make a fool of oneself
to shout and scream (idiom); to kick up a fuss / to make a scene
disturbing the privacy of bridal room (Chinese custom where guests banter with and play pranks on the newlyweds)
to disturb / to create confusion / to make a din
to have a falling out / to have a big argument
to be difficult with sb / to provoke disagreement / at loggerheads / to fall out with
to play games / to joke around / to play a joke on sb
gongs and drums overture to a Chinese opera / to create a disturbance
to be in a bad mood
to create a big disturbance
(coll.) to have diarrhea
(Internet slang) transcription of "not at all" – English words in a song promoting the 2008 Beijing Olympics sung by Huang Xiaoming 黃曉明|黄晓明, who became a laughing stock in China because his pronunciation was perceived as embarrassingly bad / to be a laughing stock / to make a fool of oneself (i.e. equivalent to 鬧笑話|闹笑话)
(dialect) bustling / lively
to get angry
to make trouble / to make fun of
clamorous / noisy / sensational / very exciting
(neologism c. 2013) organized disruption of healthcare facilities or verbal and physical abuse of medical staff, by an aggrieved patient or proxies such as family members or hired thugs, typically aimed at obtaining compensation
to make a terrible scene (idiom) / to throw a tantrum
(dialect) bustling / lively
disruptive activities targeted at a school by an aggrieved party (neologism formed by analogy with 醫鬧|医闹)
while the connoisseur recognizes the artistry, the layman simply enjoys the show
to make a lot of noise / to be disorderly
the poor are ignored in the busiest city; the rich will find relatives in the deepest mountain
alarm clock
(coll.) to be burglarized
noisy / a racket
to make a scene / to fool around / to behave foolishly
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
snooze button
to create an uproar
to cause trouble

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