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fracas

noun [C]  /ˈfreɪ·kəs, ˈfræk·əs/ us  
a noisy argument or fight: The players got into a scuffle, both benches cleared, and some fans joined the fracas.
Translations of “fracas”
in Chinese (Traditional) 高聲爭吵, 激烈打鬥…
in Russian скандал, шумная ссора…
in Turkish gürültü, kavga, tantana…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高声争吵, 激烈打斗…
in Polish awantura…
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