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riotous

adjective
 
 
/ˈraɪ.ə.təs/ US  /-t̬əs/
very loud and uncontrolled, full of energy
热闹的;喧闹的;放纵的
We went to a riotous party and danced all night.
我们去参加了一个热闹非凡的聚会,跳了一晚上的舞。
UK Five students were arrested for riotous behaviour.
5名学生因为聚众闹事被逮捕。
Uncontrolled
riotously
 
 
/ˈraɪ.ə.tə.sli/ US  /-t̬ə-/ adverb
Uncontrolled
riotousness
 
 
/ˈraɪ.ə.tə.snəs/ US  /-t̬ə-/ noun [U]
Taking action against people in powerSocial order and disorderUncontrolled
(Definition of riotous from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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