alborotos translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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alboroto                sm  
1    (=disturbio)   disturbance  
(=vocerío)  
racket, row  
(=jaleo)  
uproar  
(=motín)  
riot  
(=pelea)  
brawl  

armar un alboroto

  
   to cause a commotion  
2    (=susto)   scare, alarm
3    alborotos            (CAm)   (=rosetas de maíz)   popcorn    sing  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
to cause a commotion
exp.
the sailors created {o} made a real commotion
"alborotos": examples and translations in context
Protestan contra la guerra, incitan alborotos. They protest against war, demonstrate, incite riots.
Mi hermano dice que hay alborotos en la universidad en primavera. My brother says down at college they have riots in the spring.
No quiero más alborotos en esta casa. I want no more disturbances in this house.
Debo confesarle qué... han sido esos alborotos que ha estado oyendo. Now, dear, I got to confess... to any of these disturbances you've been hearing lately.
Asumiendo que hay una conexión entre los alborotos y el HOS... Let's say there is some relationship between the runaways and HOS.
Entonces, algo sobre estos lugares disparan los alborotos. So there's something in those areas that triggers the runaways.
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