Definición de rough and tumble en inglés:

rough and tumble

Saltos de línea: rough and tum¦ble

sustantivo

A situation without rules or organization; a free-for-all: the rough and tumble of political life [as modifier]: the rough-and-tumble atmosphere of the dealing room
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Newsgirls were to be found, but young females generally enjoyed fewer opportunities within the rough-and-tumble street culture milieu.
  • The best of the landscapes meld nature's rough and tumble with the rough and tumble of the paint to rich effect.
  • He examines the rough-and-tumble world of Chicago party politics, where labor organizations were but one group of players.
Sinónimos
Irish , North American , & Australian donnybrook
Law , dated affray
informal scrap, dust-up, punch-up, shindy
North American informal rough house

Origen

early 19th century: originally boxing slang.

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verb
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