Humans are programed to hear words in their own language and see faces in a din or noise and camouflage.
He is raising a din of clanking pots and clumsy feet, so loud you figure he must be doing it on purpose.
The din didn't change the course of the match.
The din was sometimes worse on the platforms, topping out at 102 decibels.
In this earsplitting din of pop-music, patrons drank more in less time.
Engines are so loud, and it's a constant din.
Imagine listening to people speak through the din of a seashell's roar.
Noise-canceling headphones reduce the din without shattering your eardrums.
Through the din of the celebration, five words were just barely audible.
During the din of their playtimes I always stop working to have a cup of tea.
British Dictionary definitions for din
a loud discordant confused noise
verb dins, dinning, dinned
(transitive) usually foll by into. to instil (into a person) by constant repetition
(transitive) to subject to a din
(intransitive) to make a din
Old English dynn; compare Old Norse dynr, Old High German tuni
a particular religious law; the halacha about something
the ruling of a Beth Din or religious court
from Hebrew, literally: judgment
(Islam) religion in general, esp the beliefs and obligations of Islam
Arabic, related to dain debt
a formerly used logarithmic expression of the speed of a photographic film, plate, etc, given as –10log10E, where E is the exposure of a point 0.1 density units above the fog level; high-speed films have high numbers Compare ISO rating
a system of standard plugs, sockets, and cables formerly used for interconnecting domestic audio and video equipment
C20: from German D(eutsche) I(ndustrie) N(orm) German Industry Standard