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unrest

noun [U]
 
 
/ʌnˈrest/
disagreements or fighting between different groups of people
动乱,动荡;骚乱
It is feared that the civil unrest we are now witnessing in this country could lead to full-scale civil war.
我们害怕现在国内出现的骚乱会升级为全面内战。
Social order and disorder
Translations of “unrest”
in Spanish agitación…
in French agitation…
in German die Unruhe…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動亂,動盪, 騷亂…
in Russian волнения, беспорядки…
in Turkish huzursuzluk, rahatsızlık, karışıklık…
in Polish niepokój, zamieszki…
(Definition of unrest from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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