- n.喧耀; 号角齐鸣;
- 复数: fanfares;
The product was launched amid much fanfare worldwide.
A wreath was laid on the monument to a fanfare of trumpets.
A fanfare of trumpets heralded the arrival of the King.
The departure of the South Korean prime minister was marked with little fanfare.
The ceremony opened with a fanfare of trumpets.
The royal visitor was saluted by a fanfare of trumpets.
A fanfare was played as the queen entered.
The bill passed both houses of the Legislature in June with little fanfare or debate.
The royal visitor is saluted by a fanfare of trumpet.
Two elves at the front of the sleigh blew a trumpet fanfare.
Music A showy or ceremonious passage, such as a fanfare.
Sound the fanfare. The royal armies are victorious once more.
For a world first , the announcement came with remarkably little fanfare.
The 13 new banknotes were unveiled with great fanfare on July 31.
She eventually returned to Thesme to little fanfare.
1. a showy outward display
2. (music) a short lively tune played on brass instruments;
"he entered to a flourish of trumpets"
"her arrival was greeted with a rousing fanfare"