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rowdy

adjective /ˈraudi/ ( comparative rowdier, superlative rowdiest)
noisy and rough
ruidoso, alborotador
rowdy children.
rowdily adverb
ruidosamente, con alboroto
The two women were arguing rowdily.
rowdiness noun
alboroto, jaleo
Translations of “rowdy”
in Vietnamese om sòm, hỗn loạn…
in Thai เอะอะตึงตัง…
in Malaysian bising dan kasar…
in French tapageur…
in German rüpelhaft…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吵鬧的, 混亂的, 粗暴的…
in Indonesian ribut…
in Russian шумный, буйный…
in Turkish şamatacı, tantanacı, gürültücü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吵闹的, 混乱的, 粗暴的…
in Polish awanturniczy, rozwydrzony…
(Definition of rowdy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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