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"It is difficult for anyone on the pitch to concentrate," the Portugal star told a press conference.
The metre-long plastic vuvuzelas have been a hit with fans at the World Cup stadiums in South Africa, but the noise of thousands being blown at once resembles a high-volume swarm of buzzing bees.
"Hardly anyone likes them, but the people who do like them are those who like to blow the instruments and make a racket."
As well as the vuvuzelas, Ronaldo said he was getting used to the much-criticised World Cup match ball.
"I'm more used to it than I was two weeks ago. I don't think it will be a problem," he said.
"We've trained enough with it to get accustomed to it and I'm sure the dribbles, the shots and the corners with it will all be fine."
Portugal start their Group G matches against the Ivory Coast on Tuesday.
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