brawl

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} arbede

Çokta arbede sayılmazdı. - It wasn't much of a brawl.

{i} kavga

Dan, Matt ve Linda arasında bir kavgayı tetikledi. - Dan triggered a brawl between Matt and Linda.

Tom bir sokak kavgasına bulaştı. - Tom was involved in a street brawl.

gürültülü munakaşa
{f} kavga et
dövüş
dalaşmak
ağız dalaşı etmek
kavga etmek
dalaş

Polis göstericilerle dalaştı. - The police brawled with the demonstrators.

ağız dalaşı
{f} gürül gürül akmak
{f} tartışmak
patırtı etmek
{i} tartışma
gürültülü ziyafet
eski bir Fransız halk oyunu
f kavga etmek
{i} hırgür
kavga gürültü
brawling
bağırarak tartışma
brawling
kavga eden
brawling
kavga ederek
brawling
{f} kavga et
brawler
Kavgacı tıp
brawling
kavgacı
get into a brawl
münakaşaya girmek
get into a brawl
Bir kavgaya karışmak
to engage in a brawl; to fight or quarrel
bir arbedede girişme; savaşmak ya da kavga
brawler
(isim) kavgacı tip
brawler
kavga eden
brawling
huzur bozma
brawling
kavga
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To engage in a brawl; to fight or quarrel
A fight, usually with a huge amount of people involved
{n} a quarrel, squabble, great noise, dance
{v} to make a great noise, scold, quarrel
an uproarious party
To complain loudly; to scold
If someone brawls, they fight in a very rough or violent way. He was suspended for a year from University after brawling with police over a speeding ticket Two gangs of youths brawled on the dance floor of the ferry. + brawling brawl·ing The brawling between the England fans and locals last night went on for several hours. a noisy quarrel or fight among a group of people, especially in a public place (Perhaps from the sound of fighting). to quarrel or fight in a noisy way, especially in a public place
a noisy fight in a crowd to quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively; "The bar keeper threw them out, but they continued to wrangle on down the street
A noisy quarrel; loud, angry contention; a wrangle; a tumult; as, a drunken brawl
A fight or quarrel
To make a loud confused noise, as the water of a rapid stream running over stones
a noisy fight in a crowd
{f} quarrel; participate in a noisy fight
A brawl is a rough or violent fight. He had been in a drunken street brawl
to quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively; "The bar keeper threw them out, but they continued to wrangle on down the street"
{i} noisy fight or quarrel, punch-up, wrangle, scrap
To quarrel noisily and outrageously
barroom brawl
A conflict with no rules
barroom brawl
An inferior boxing match
brawler
One who brawls, engages in noisy, unseemly fights

For if a man know not how to rule his own house, how shall he take care of the church of God? — 1 Timothy 3:2-5, KJV.

brawler
{n} a wrangler, a noisy person
brawling
{n} a noisy
brawling
{a} making a great noise
A brawl
rhubarb
brawled
past of brawl
brawler
One that brawls; wrangler
brawler
{i} one who brawls; fighter, one who takes part in brawl
brawler
a fighter (especially one who participates in brawls)
brawling
present participle of brawl
brawling
See Brawl, v
brawling
Making a loud confused noise
brawling
{s} quarreling; quarrelsome; inclined to loud disputes and fighting; argumentative
brawling
disposed to loud disagreements and fighting
brawling
Quarreling; quarrelsome; noisy
brawls
plural of , brawl
brawls
third-person singular of brawl
to brawl
broil
brawl
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