Translation of hue and cry in Spanish:

hue and cry

n

  • (no plural/sin plural) revuelo (masculine) to raise a hue and cry levantar un revuelo
    More example sentences
    • Blocking of major city roads during peak hours and uninhibited use of loud speakers and other accessories for the pageants have raised a hue and cry among the public.
    • In any case, I doubt that during World War II there was a comparable hue and cry about the absence of a ‘plan’ and the failure to own up to responsibility every time we suffered a setback.
    • ‘I don't think people living in Cepen Park are fully aware of the proposed changes, but when they do become aware then I'm sure there will be a big hue and cry,’ said Coun Northey.

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