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brawl

noun [C] uk   /brɔːl/  us   /brɑːl/

brawl

verb [I] uk   /brɔːl/  us   /brɑːl/
to fight in a rough, noisy, uncontrolled way: The young men had nothing better to do than brawl in the streets.
Translations of “brawl”
in Arabic شِجار, عِراك…
in Korean 소동, 싸움…
in Malaysian pergaduhan…
in French bagarre…
in Turkish arbede, dalaşma, hırgür…
in Italian rissa, zuffa…
in Chinese (Traditional) (亂哄哄的)毆鬥,閙事…
in Russian драка…
in Polish awantura…
in Vietnamese sự cãi lộn ầm ỹ…
in Spanish pelea, pendencia, alboroto…
in Portuguese briga…
in Thai การทะเลาะวิวาท…
in German der Krakeel, der Lärm…
in Catalan baralla…
in Japanese 騒々しいけんか, 乱闘…
in Indonesian perkelahian, percekcokan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (乱哄哄的)斗殴,闹事…
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