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rowdy
American English: /ˈraʊdi/
British English: /ˈraʊdi/

Translation of rowdy in Spanish:

adjective -dier, -diest

  • (quarrelsome)
    (place)
    (meeting)
    there were rowdy scenes
    hubo desmanes
    Example sentences
    • Crowds of rowdy youngsters streaming into Walton from outlying towns and villages are causing a problem.
    • I could tell she was making a valiant attempt to join in the rambunctious merrymaking with the rowdy crowd.
    • When a loud, rowdy group of kids came in, I just kept my head down and ignored them.

noun plural -dies

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