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rabble

  
   n   (=disorderly crowd)   gentío    m  , muchedumbre    f  , mogollón    m     (Sp)   *     
the rabble      (=uncultured people)   la chusma  
a rabble of      una multitud turbulenta de  


rabble-rouser      n   demagogo (-a)      m/f  , agitador (a)      m/f     
rabble-rousing  
a       n   demagogia    f  , agitación    f  
b       adj   demagógico
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
the rabble exp.
la chusma

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
una multitud turbulenta de
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'rabble' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
the rabble
exp.
what a rabble!
nf.
1) military profession (f), 2) army rabble (f)
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"rabble": examples and translations in context
Good place to get away from the rabble. Y me gustaría que siguiera así, es un buen lugar para huir de la chusma.
He must have crawled off to hide with his rabble. Se habrá escabullido entre su chusma.
And this is your spineless rabble. Y esto es la gentuza sin espinas.
That does not look rabble leaving the basin. Esa gentuza no mira a los que salen del lavabo.
The need for day-labourers in the towns created the rabble. Fue la necesidad del trabajo de los jornaleros en las ciudades la que creó esta plebe.
They believe we have to take this country back from the rabble. Creían que teníamos que recuperar este país de la plebe.
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