Translation of disturbance in Spanish:

disturbance

alboroto, n.

Pronunciation: /dəˈstərbəns//dɪˈstəːb(ə)ns/

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(noisy disruption)

      alboroto masculine
      tumulto masculine
      to cause/create a disturbance armar/provocar un alboroto
      • the aircraft are a continual disturbance los aviones son una molestia constante
      • He said: ‘Residents do not need this disturbance and we want to see the travellers move on as soon as possible.’
      • During the day I doubt it is a problem, but during quieter night time hours it is likely to cause disturbance to local residents.
      • Goliath continued, wanting no disturbance or interruption in his clarification.
      • Try to find a quiet place that has no possibility of disturbance or interruption.
      • The proposal would have a detrimental effect on the amenities of neighbouring residents due to noise and disturbance.
      • This came after strong protests from West Chiswick residents over extra traffic and disturbance in the area.
      • If confronted with a disturbance or disruption, simply cover the cage with the blanket to give the bird a feeling of security.
      • There are often addicts calling at all times of the day and night and a lot of noise disturbance.
      • The proposal to move the vans was to reduce disturbance to residents of the new Kiln Corner housing development.
      • Teenagers who gather there at night are also being blamed by nearby residents for noise and disturbance.
      • But at that time the club agreed to close the premises by 11.45 pm, after residents voiced their fears of extra late night noise and disturbance.
      • When it is observed in libraries, the purpose is to ensure peaceful atmosphere so that students can study without any disturbance.
      • I had expected a degree of disturbance and interruption as I switched over to Retirement Pension from Incapacity Benefit, and still do.
      • Freedom from disturbance is the condition that causes human happiness, and this is the ethical goal.
      • The youngsters volunteered to carry the stretcher - with as little disturbance as possible - in very difficult conditions.
      • They will fine them and make them pay for the fare and deal with any disturbance.
      • Youths in Great Horton, Bradford, volunteered to clean up the area after residents complained about noise disturbance and litter.
      • However, he acknowledged that there was a high degree of disturbance for residents due to noise.
      • The committee received objections from two residents worried about increased traffic and potential disturbance to the resting place of bats.
      • It is very rare that you encounter its residents, who never cause any fuss or disturbance.

    • 1.2(interruption)

      interrupción feminine

  • 2

    (of routine, order)
    alteración feminine
  • 3

    (riot)
    disturbio masculine
    there have been several large-scale disturbances in the capital se han registrado varios disturbios de consideración en la capital
    • Police detained them for causing a disturbance, although officers took their petition and passed it on.
    • In such environments, the legal price that can be exacted for protest increases commensurate with the disturbance and threat that protest produces.
    • Allegations that her comments caused a disturbance at Bradford Magistrates Court between white and Asian youths proved to be unfounded.
    • The state defines unlawful assembly as a threat of ‘tumultuous disturbance of the peace.’
    • A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said they were called to the disturbance and when they arrived a number of people had already left.
    • The people gathered round then debated what ‘damages’ she would have to pay to the community for having caused a disturbance of the peace.
    • In addition, with the more amorphously defined ‘public order’ offences, criteria of what constitutes a disturbance are situationally variable.
    • According to Bulgarian border police, the group had caused a disturbance of the peace and were not fit to enter the country.
    • Others said police statistics would never reflect the real amount of disturbance because residents did not report everything.
    • The applicants were involved in a protest which had led to a violent disturbance.
    • Both men were charged with causing an unlawful disturbance.
    • It argued that, in the absence of the pricing rules, there would be civil disturbances, blockades, and violence.
    • After all, we have been accused of causing a public disturbance, disrupting the peace.
    • A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal following a disturbance in the Ferry Inn, Stromness, on Wednesday afternoon.
    • Further, an unjustifiable disturbance in family life by an arbitrary separation of child and parents would engage Article 8.
    • The militia, it seems, managed to quell the disturbance without too much difficulty.
    • The villagers captured one of the hired gunmen and dragged him off to the police station only to be arrested for causing a disturbance.
    • Charges vary, including unlawful assembly, causing a disturbance, and assaulting and obstructing a police officer.
    • Security firms do not have the legal power to deal with disturbances, they cannot physically arrest someone.
    • Four Italian football fans were fined by magistrates after a violent disturbance at Stansted Airport.