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    hoolabaloo

    Hello,teachers:
    I am learning a term "hoolabaloo".
    I am not very clear it's meaning.
    For example, audiences make a loud noisy when they saw their favorite singers or actor etc.
    Is it right if I say the sound they make means hullabaloo?
    May I have your confirmation?
    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: hoolabaloo

    Quote Originally Posted by WUKEN View Post
    Hello,teachers:
    I am learning a term "hoolabaloo".
    I am not very clear it's meaning.
    For example, audiences make a loud noisy when they saw their favorite singers or actor etc.
    Is it right if I say the sound they make means hullabaloo?
    May I have your confirmation?
    Thanks a lot!
    A hullabaloo is a loud expression of anger or discontent made by a crowd of people.

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    Re: hoolabaloo

    Thanks a lot!

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