Translation of disorder in Spanish:


desorden, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌdɪsˈɔrdər//dɪsˈɔːdə/


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    • 1.1(confusion)

      desorden masculine
      the army retreated in disorder el ejército se retiró a la desbandada
      • Decay and disorder are seen in reverse, as increasing.
      • He was inclined to view this as a sign of disorder, but he has learnt that a clean-up session which gets them out of sight is not appreciated by his regular customers.
      • The implementation of that policy has been a disaster: the legacy is one of disorder and decay.
      • The lack of management will cause disorder, confusion, wastage, delay, destruction and even depression.
      • A tidy room dissolves into disorder and confusion in a matter of moments.
      • In fact, from the moment her family jumped in the car to go on their yearly camping trip, her life was full of chaos, disorder and confusion.
      • My mind was in such a whir of confusion and disorder.
      • But the market is in disorder, overrun by fake and inferior goods.
      • Both men acknowledge a state of modern urban disorder and confusion.
      • Looking at the current list, with almost every line scribbled out and switched around, there remains considerable disorder and confusion among the students.
      • No one seems the least outraged that traders seek profit from this confusion and disorder.
      • Judging by Andy's experience, the Greek courts are a forum for disorder and confusion.
      • It was that taken as a whole the night yielded an unmistakable sense of decay and disorder.
      • The latter argued that economic independence (an essential ingredient for citizenship among men) caused disorder and decay in women.
      • But the unpredictable disorder of markets is, in Microsoft parlance, not a bug but a feature.
      • Jack trails behind, his eyes still searching the place for some sign of disorder.
      • I knew that I needed to abstract what I wanted from the general confusion and the disorder of the scene.
      • ‘If there isn't enough time to figure this out, we'll see disorder in the market next year,’ she said.
      • The term, meaning a state of intense disorder or confusion, is commonly applied to loud bands who offer a somewhat masochistic listening experience.
      • This too, then, accounts for some of the apparent confusion and disorder in the world.

    • 1.2(unrest)

      (masculine plural) desórdenes
      (masculine plural) disturbios
      • Bratton's attack on street disorder has dramatically improved public space downtown, according to local businesses.
      • The Goldwater delegates in San Francisco were not very sympathetic to these signs of social disorder, nor to any Republicans they felt might be too soft on such forces.
      • In the weeks before the parade Wilson insisted the organisation would take a ‘zero tolerance’ approach to public disorder and sectarian abuse.
      • Last year 50 people were arrested in York and Selby in the run-up to Christmas for incidents ranging from drunken domestic disputes to assaults and public disorder.
      • The operation has led to four arrests for public disorder, breach of an anti-social behaviour order and of a defendant who missed court.
      • You're right to call attention to the role Police played in bringing disorder, violence and confusion about.
      • He said Gardaí were stretched from their commitments in policing the EU presidency, combating public disorder and fighting terrorism.
      • In addition, the presence of wardens is one of the swiftest ways to reduce the petty crimes - graffiti, litter and vandalism - which are the early signs of disorder.
      • He sets off towards the front line, hoping to make good his promise of humanitarian care, but finds yet more confusion and disorder at odds with his clinical skills.
      • ‘We are concerned about the rise in alcohol-fuelled disorder, fights and disturbances in public places,’ said Sir Ian.
      • The arrests were made for a range of alleged offences including racist chanting and violent disorder when the teams met at Wednesday's Hillsborough ground on Saturday.
      • Both were fined 900 leva for causing public disorder.
      • The White Paper anticipated that it would be used as the most usual charge in relation to serious outbreaks of public disorder.
      • Complaints have been made to the police of threats and intimidation, assaults, criminal damage and public disorder.
      • It was suggested that any sign of social disorder in a community would serve as an enticement to others to break the law.
      • Teenage yobs are to be forced to wear US-style uniforms as they carry out community service punishments under plans for a new high-visibility crackdown on public disorder.
      • Binge drinking is the latest word being used to describe what was once a social thing but is now marked by violence, public disorder and a long road towards poor health and alcoholism.
      • Whilst disorder hereabouts is at a lower level, public disorder and crimes in public areas are an important issue.
      • Hamilton Terrace was particularly busy and two men were arrested for public disorder offences after a disturbance on New Year's Eve.
      • It also argues that waiting times create a gap in the market, partly filled by illegal cabs, while a limited taxi supply can add to police problems in dealing with late night public disorder.

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    afección feminine formal
    problema masculine
    a kidney disorder una afección renal formal
    • mental disorders trastornos mentales