Traducción de palaver en Español:


jaleo, n.

Pronunciación /pəˈlævər//pəˈlɑːvə//pəˈlɑvər/



  • 1Britanico

    jaleo masculino coloquial
    lío masculino
    follón masculino España coloquial
    borlote masculino México coloquial
    what a palaver! ¡qué jaleo (or follón etc.)! coloquial
    • Since I've started the whole palaver, I may as well carry it forward.
    • The administration may be doing the press a small favor by snubbing it, freeing reporters to abandon their scripted palaver and dig elsewhere for stories.
    • Now the interesting part of this whole palaver comes when you have a couple of people both using the system.
    • Hence its 80 years of more or less continual crisis, in which the current palaver is a relatively minor squall.
    • There was no introductory palaver, he went on stage and went straight into the music and song.
    • We found a bar and had a couple of drinks and, after some palaver, managed to order some food, and we chatted about all sorts of stuff.
    • There was plenty of other sorts of entries before this recent palaver.
    • Tons of people enjoy lurid palaver on an astonishingly wide variety of topics, and your specific frame of reference is not a bit rare.
    • He said: ‘We thought hayracks were more in keeping than hanging baskets - we can't believe all the fuss and palaver.
    • Jo also sent me running for the dictionary when, after observing a particularly chaotic family row, she turned to the camera and exclaimed, ‘What a palaver!’
    • There's some big issues to consider with all this marriage palaver.
    • He'll be stuck in the books and therefore we might be spared the endless palaver about his every move.
    • The author of this nauseating palaver is obviously so in love with what he thinks is his own eloquent rhetoric that he fails to notice his laughable double entendre.
    • I don't know why I should feel the need to go through all this palaver.
    • At first it seems like an awful lot of palaver, but actually the crepe maker is rather a good idea because you can't get them thin enough in an ordinary frying pan.
    • That's what I'm coming up to Edinburgh to talk about this month: about the book and, presumably, its attendant fuss and palaver.
    • All that travelling abroad and wedding palaver were just desperate, elaborate stunts to get new stories!
    • Some parts of the world remain satisfyingly oblivious to all this palaver, however, as this true tale from a Scottish hostelry so splendidly proves.
    • From the rainforests of Tasmania to the dunes of the Sahara, they swapped the pains and palaver of the 21st century for the pleasures of a purer planet.
    • I'm just trying to say that food can be normal and not actually a huge great palaver.
  • 2

    there's been a lot of palaver about it, but … se ha hablado mucho sobre el asunto, pero …