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free-for-all

Pronunciation: /ˈfriːfərˌɔːl/

Translation of free-for-all in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • gresca (feminine), pelea (feminine) the first day of the sales is a free-for-all el primer día de las rebajas es una auténtica batalla campal
    Example sentences
    • The free-for-all was an event where the clowns fought each other with oversized mauls for ten minutes.
    • The roundabout had no markings before and sometimes could be a bit of a free-for-all, but everyone was used to it and I never heard of any crashes there.
    • Since just about anyone can make a citizen's arrest, many situations quickly devolve into free-for-alls.

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