1jaleo masculino coloquialfollón masculino España coloquialto raise a ruckus — armar un follón España coloquial
- When there's a ruckus in the street outside your home, you fling open the window to see what's happening.
- The ruckus was loud enough that it caught Sally's attention from across the room.
- The hotel manager called in the police to put a stop to the ruckus and detained the mahout for causing extensive damage to hotel property.
- How could events that took place more than 60 years ago cause such a ruckus?
- The last thing you want to do is cause a ruckus while driving around the island.
- The Chief Minister admitted the mistake as a ruckus was created in the Uttar Pradesh Assembly.
- The problem is that their ruckus interrupts my reading or wakes me up.
- Different studios are involved and there could be a huge ruckus over creative control.
- And the activists are indeed causing a ruckus in their attempts to effect change.
- The ensuing ruckus in the media merely reminds us that we live in a society that is censored.
- Harry's decision to give up his commission causes an enormous ruckus among his friends and family.
- And marriage is very much in the news today, from a royal ruckus to some suburban shenanigans.
- Unfortunately for them, they caused such a ruckus the teachers could find them wherever they went.
- Reports from injured victims suggested the ruckus was sparked by an earlier argument and a fight over a girl.
- For some reason, a few thought I was seeking publicity for myself in raising such a ruckus.
- After hearing somewhat of a ruckus in the lecture hall, Katt took a detour and poked her head in to investigate.
- Through the drunken ruckus, dim lights, flicker of soju through shot glass, she saw him.
- This isn't the first time that our football players have caused a ruckus off the field.
- If you were in town this morning, you may have heard quite a ruckus down at the Council Chambers.
- She had little doubt who would be causing such a ruckus at this hour.