Traducción de barney en Español:


bronca, n.

Pronunciación /ˈbɑrni//ˈbɑːni/

nombrePlural barneys


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    bronca femenino coloquial
    gresca femenino coloquial
    to have a barney with sb tener una agarrada con algn coloquial
    • Sharp and funny, this adaptation also sees Colin Firth and Hugh Grant square up for a comedy barney as love rivals.
    • Hoping they'd be safe enough, it was an eye-opener to read Enders's account of four of their Iraqi staff having a barney and falling silent as he passed.
    • He's obviously disappointed that I didn't start a barney so he could join in or call for assistance and get the sirens wailing.
    • ‘I'm not anti-Semitic,’ Ken tells his ex-wife during a drunken barney at a New Year party.
    • You got a big hefty looking bloke who looked like he could handle himself in a barney, put him and a bunch of like mates out on the streets at all hours of the day and night as a visible presence.
    • Publication has been delayed repeatedly by barneys between the Department of the Environment and the Ministry of Agriculture.
    • I'm a grown up and can handle myself in a barney if need be.
    • We do have barneys, but I say it doesn't matter where it is, let's just have them.
    • I don't think I've known referees to fall out or have a barney about decisions but sometimes, on the way home in the car, it can be a bit quiet.
    • Still a fit looking man, we had a barney about the whole Galway and Mayo rivalry and the many great games between us.
    • He's really upset, not ready to kick off just yet, but I'm not going to give him an excuse to start a barney by turning my back.
    • Paxo, Hislop and others are having a huge barney about fraud.
    • So when skinny little Brett turns up with more bruises than a barney in the playground would provide, she takes action.
    • Indeed, the encounter was notable for a host of intemperate moments, quite apart from the major barney.
    • Last night's events will have merely provided spicy new material for moronic fanzine articles and websites to celebrate before the next barney.
    • There was the barney with his belligerent star man, Zlatko Zahovic, whose disrespectful verbal assault on his coach saw him head home on Thursday.
    • Keen observers of British justice have this week been treated to a category-A barney between two of tabloid society's leading lights.
    • They had a right barney the other night and it doesn't look good.
    • We had our barneys like every other bunch of work-mates, but the camaraderie was great and I'll miss that.
    • Despite the barney in May, Mr Willis insists there is a real spark between them and they can't wait to walk hand-in-hand down the aisle.