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hooligan

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈhuː.lɪ.ɡən/
a person who acts in a violent way without thinking and causes damage
流氓,惡棍
Hooligans had sprayed paint all over the car.
流氓們將整個汽車車身都噴上了油漆。
Gangsters, thugs and criminal organizations
hooliganism
 
 
/ˈhuː.lɪ.ɡən.ɪ.zəm/ noun [U]
football/soccer hooliganism
足球流氓鬧事
Crimes against property
Translations of “hooligan”
in Arabic هوليجان (عُضو في عِصابة لتَشْجيع كُرة القَدَم)…
in Korean 훌리건…
in Malaysian budak jahat…
in French voyou…
in Turkish sokak serserisi…
in Italian teppista…
in Russian хулиган…
in Polish chuligan…
in Vietnamese bọn du côn…
in Spanish gamberro…
in Portuguese desordeiro, -a, vândalo…
in Thai อันธพาล…
in German der Rowdy…
in Catalan vàndal, -a, brètol…
in Japanese チンピラ, フーリガン…
in Indonesian berandal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流氓,恶棍…
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