Definition of noise level in English:

noise level

noun

  • The level of noise produced by something, especially when this is harmful or annoying.

    ‘as a high-speed rail train passes, the noise level will reach 100 decibels’
    • ‘The noise level must have been deafening.’
    • ‘They had received a complaint about the noise level and came out to investigate it.’
    • ‘Noise levels are low, making the car relaxing to drive.’
    • ‘The children's excitement made it difficult for their teachers to keep the noise levels down.’
    • ‘Noise levels increase proportionately with increasing fan speeds.’
    • ‘Club bosses have already turned the volume down and assured residents they would monitor noise levels.’
    • ‘Assessors have come round to measure our noise level with decibel meters.’
    • ‘Noise levels around work stations are kept relatively low.’
    • ‘Some adults might find the noise levels too much.’
    • ‘There is a definite difference in noise levels between the three settings.’