Translation of "hullabaloo" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun uk /ˌhʌl.ə.bəˈluː/ us /ˌhʌl.ə.bəˈluː/ old-fashioned

a loud noise made by people who are angry or annoyed; a lot of angry comments made in public about someone or something

jaleo, barullo
There’s a crowd of angry demonstrators making a real hullabaloo outside the Houses of Parliament.

public disapproval or complaints

The minister resigned after all the hullabaloo over his affair with an actress.

(Translation of “hullabaloo” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


noun /haləbəˈluː/

an uproar

griterío, follón, jaleo
The teacher told the pupils to stop making such a hullabaloo.

a loud public protest.

protesta, tumulto

(Translation of “hullabaloo” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)