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Translation of alborotar in English:

verbo intransitivo

also: alborotarse verbo pronominal

  • 2
    to get rough o choppy
Example sentences
  • Ahora sí, empecemos a alborotar el avispero farandulero.
  • Larissa viene dispuesta a alborotar al público.
  • La animadora del certamen fue la conocida Paola Ruiz quien con su belleza alborotó al público.

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