Translation of affray in Spanish:


riña, n.

Pronunciation /əˈfreɪ//əˈfreɪ/



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    riña feminine
    Law alteración del orden público feminine
    • They all plead not guilty and also deny affray following a confrontation outside a nightclub before the attack.
    • Admitting affray and criminal damage, he was jailed for 14 months.
    • His criminal record also includes armed robbery, affray, assault, theft and public order offences.
    • The plaintiff was the widow of a man killed in a criminal affray.
    • At a hearing earlier this month, the accused pleaded guilty to causing an affray during a fight in a pub in April.