Hush | Mean of hush in English Dictionary


  • Verb
  • to make (someone) quiet, calm, or still
    1. The woman in the seat behind me was trying to hush her baby.
    2. The judge hushed the spectators.
    3. The crowd was hushed.
    4. a hushed [=quiet] courtroom
    5. speaking in hushed [=whispering] tones
  • to become quiet
    1. The spectators hushed as the judge entered the courtroom.
    2. The room hushed [=people stopped talking, making noise, etc.] as the theater lights dimmed.
    3. Hush, children. I'm going to tell you a story.
  • to prevent people from knowing the truth about (something, such as a crime)
    1. hush up a crime/scandal
    2. The city government tried to hush things up when the mayor was arrested.
  • Noun
  • a time of silence, stillness, or calm especially after noise
    1. A hush fell/came over the theater. = A hush settled/descended on the theater. [=the theater became quiet; people stopped talking, making noise, etc.]

Những từ liên quan với HUSH

quiet, still, silence, muffle, muzzle, calm, stop, lull, gag, stifle, mute, quietude, quieten
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