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Spanish translation of “hooligan”

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hooligan

noun /ˈhuːliɡən/
a young violent, destructive or badly-behaved person
gamberro
a football hooligan.
hooliganism noun violent or destructive behaviour/behavior especially by young people
gamberrismo
The reputation of the sport has been damaged by hooliganism.
Translations of “hooligan”
in Korean 훌리건…
in Arabic هوليجان (عُضو في عِصابة لتَشْجيع كُرة القَدَم)…
in French voyou…
in Italian teppista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流氓,惡棍…
in Russian хулиган…
in Turkish sokak serserisi…
in Polish chuligan…
in Portuguese desordeiro, -a, vândalo…
in German der Rowdy…
in Catalan vàndal, -a, brètol…
in Japanese チンピラ, フーリガン…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流氓,恶棍…
(Definition of hooligan from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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