[kuh-moh-shuh n] /kəˈmoʊ ʃən/
violent or tumultuous motion; agitation; noisy disturbance:
What’s all the commotion in the hallway?
political or social disturbance or upheaval; sedition; insurrection.
violent disturbance; upheaval
political insurrection; disorder
a confused noise; din
late 14c., from Middle French commocion “violent motion, agitation” (12c., Modern French commotion), from Latin commotionem (nominative commotio) “violent motion, agitation,” noun of action from past participle stem of commovere “to move, disturb,” from com- “together,” or “thoroughly” (see com-) + movere “to move” (see move (v.)).
see: cause a commotion
[kuh-moov] /kəˈmuv/ verb (used with object), commoved, commoving. 1. to move violently; agitate; excite. /kəˈmuːv/ verb (transitive) (rare) 1. to disturb; stir up 2. to agitate or excite emotionally
/kɒmz/ plural noun 1. (informal) communications
[kuh-myoon-l, kom-yuh-nl] /kəˈmyun l, ˈkɒm yə nl/ adjective 1. used or shared in common by everyone in a group: a communal jug of wine. 2. of, by, or belonging to the people of a ; shared or participated in by the public: communal land; Building the playground was a communal project. 3. pertaining to a […]
- Communal aerial
noun 1. a television or radio receiving aerial from which received signals are distributed by cable to several outlets