Traducción de fracas en Español:


altercado, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfrækəs//ˈfrakɑː//ˈfreɪkəs/

nombrePlural fracases


  • 1

    altercado masculino
    • The fracas is typical of the miniscule Liberal Party, which has been mired in internal disputes for seven years.
    • The fracas seems to be primarily the work of one person, presuming to speak for the entire class, when in fact he spoke only for himself.
    • The fracas, in which punches were traded and others were knocked to the ground, lasted about four minutes.
    • Apparently knives and shotguns had just been wielded during a fracas in the bar and the local constabulary were called in to help out.
    • That doesn't excuse the initial actions of the players, but the whole thing had a really ugly aspect to it in terms of the number of people involved and the different little fracases that went on.
    • The fracas over his cabinet appointments provides further evidence of a style of leadership that could be described as detached at best.
    • Altogether, his response in this incident - tempered in comparison with other fracases he's been involved in - was very much in line with public opinion.
    • She suffered a suspected fractured cheekbone and claimed to have had blurred vision and numbness in her face following the fracas.
    • A cocaine dealer who got into the trade to make easy money was caught after he got involved in a drunken fracas outside a nightclub.
    • Gardaí said they are not treating the death as suspicious as it is not believed her death was directly linked to the fracas.
    • The full video of the fracas was shown and all of the personnel caught on camera making physical contact were identified.
    • His friend was also treated for minor injuries after he was knocked to the floor during the fracas and has been discharged from hospital.
    • There were fights and fracas where I saw guns, knives, baseball bats and the rest, but nothing I couldn't handle.
    • There seem to be as many holiday season fracases as there are courthouse lawns, town squares, schools, and other public spaces.
    • During the fracas, a single gun shot was fired leaving a 24-year-old man wounded..
    • Spectators who witnessed the fracas summoned police who arrived within minutes to find the incident had fizzled out.
    • My life was a series of fracases; every day brought a new knee jerk re-action and after a few months I left for Paris.
    • Three men were injured in the fracas and were in hospital.
    • Fowler also suffered a suspected broken nose in April 1999 during a fracas outside a Liverpool hotel.
    • A chef on trial for killing a man in a fracas outside a pub told the jury yesterday he had just been trying to defend himself from a group of people who had set on him.