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Spanish translation of “riot”

riot

noun /ˈraiət/
a noisy disturbance created by a usually large group of people
disturbio, motín
The protest march developed into a riot.
rioter noun
amotinado; alborotador
riotous adjective starting, or likely to start, a riot
alborotador
a riotous crowd.
very active, noisy and cheerful
bullicioso; desenfrenado
a riotous party.
riotously adverb
alborotadoramente; bulliciosamente; desenfrenadamente
riotousness noun
alboroto, bullicio
run riot to behave wildly; to go out of control
desmandarse, desenfrenarse, dar rienda suelta a
An angry crowd was running riot in the streets.
(Definition of riot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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