Translation of disorderly in Spanish:

disorderly

Pronunciation: /dɪsˈɔːrdərli; dɪsˈɔːdəli/

adj

  • 1.1 (untidy) [room/desk] desordenado
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    • Children with ADHD are hindered if the classroom is noisy, disorderly, or lacking clear consistent regimens and expectations.
    • He started digging through a disorderly pile of assorted framed pictures, including several that looked like they had been run over by a truck.
    • Refugee flows, by their nature, are chaotic and disorderly.
    1.2 (unruly) [crowd] alborotado; [person] revoltoso
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    • The Constitution provides for the removal of a deputy in cases of bankruptcy and unruly or disorderly behaviour.
    • I will touch on the issue of disorderly and unruly passenger behaviour.
    • Ordinary residents should be able to go into the town centre and enjoy a drink or a meal without coming across disorderly behaviour.

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