Definition of Noise pollution

1. Noun. Annoying and potentially harmful environmental noise.

Exact synonyms: Sound Pollution
Generic synonyms: Pollution



Definition of Noise pollution

1. Noun. Excess noise which is unpleasant or harmful. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Noise Pollution

noily
noint
nointed
nointing
noints
noious
noir
noirest
noirish
noirishly
noirs
noise
noise-induced deafness
noise conditions
noise level
noise pollution (current term)
noise power
noise trader
noisecore
noised
noiseful
noiseless
noiselessly
noiselessness
noiselike
noisemaker
noisemakers
noisemaking
noisemakings
noisemonger

Literary usage of Noise pollution

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1. Roadside Noise Abatement by OECD Staff (1995)
"Current practices and noise limits Most countries have set noise pollution limits. A few, including Denmark, Finland, and Norway, are conducting further ..."

2. The Military Commander & the Law edited by Richard A. Gittins (1998)
"POLLUTION CONTROL REGULATIONS- NOISE AND LAND USE Air Force problems with respect to noise pollution and land use differ from those involved in air and ..."

3. The Global Environmental Goods and Services Industry by Graham Vickery, Maria Iarrera (1996)
"This includes activities providing products, systems and services to curb noise pollution. They range from noise barriers produced by construction ..."

4. Key Issues for Transport Beyond 2000: Introductory Reports and Summary of by (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, Ecmt (2002)
"Transport-related noise, according to government estimates, affects around one-third of all Hungarian households, although noise pollution has declined ..."

5. Decision-Maker's Guide to Solid-Waste Managementby Philip R. O'Leary by Philip R. O'Leary (1999)
"noise pollution Truck traffic is the greatest source of noise pollution ... Under these conditions, noise pollution should not be a significant factor. ..."

6. Politics of Compromise: NATO and AWACS by Arnold L. Tessmer (1995)
"Have raised last minute issues with NAPMA location and environmental (noise pollution) compensation. Uncertain whether Scholten will sign the ..."

7. Federal Lands: Agencies Need to Assess the Impact of Personal Watercraft and by Barry T. Hill, Jim Wells, Jr. (2001)
"Also, the superintendent found that personal watercraft noise pollution significantly diminished the enjoyment of such traditional uses of the seashore as ..."

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