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rowdy

adjective uk   /ˈraʊ.di/ disapproving us  
noisy and possibly violent: a rowdy party rowdy behaviour
rowdily
adverb uk   /-dɪ.li/ us  
rowdiness
noun [U] uk   /-nəs/ us  
rowdyism
noun [U] uk   /-ɪ.zəm/ us  
disgraceful rowdyism in the House of Commons
Translations of “rowdy”
in Spanish ruidoso, alborotador…
in French tapageur…
in German rüpelhaft…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吵鬧的, 混亂的, 粗暴的…
in Russian шумный, буйный…
in Turkish şamatacı, tantanacı, gürültücü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吵闹的, 混乱的, 粗暴的…
in Polish awanturniczy, rozwydrzony…
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