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Translation of "havoc" - English-Spanish dictionary

havoc

noun [no plural]   /ˈhæv.ək/
confusion and lack of order, especially causing damage or trouble confusión, estragos The storm wreaked (= caused) havoc in the garden, uprooting trees and blowing a fence down. The delay played (= caused) havoc with their travel arrangements.6851074
(Definition of havoc from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

havoc

noun /ˈhӕvək/
great destruction or damage estragos, destrucción The hurricane created havoc over a wide area.
(Definition of havoc from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “havoc”
in Vietnamese sự tàn phá…
in Malaysian kemusnahan…
in Thai ความหายนะ…
in French ravage…
in German die Verwüstung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 破坏,毁坏, 混乱…
in Turkish kargaşa, keşmekeş, yıkım…
in Russian смута, паника…
in Indonesian kerusakan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 破壞,毀壞, 混亂…
in Polish zamęt, chaos…
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