Translation of horseplay in Spanish:

horseplay

jugueteo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɔrsˌpleɪ//ˈhɔːspleɪ/

noun

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    jugueteo masculine
    • Blame, expostulations, recriminations and horseplay - David provides an up-close-and-personal document of the family's most wrenchingly private moments.
    • There are exceptions to this rule, and even violence intentionally inflicted will not be a criminal offence if it occurs in the course of a lawful activity, such as contact sports, surgical operations, rough horseplay or tattooing.
    • When he stands up and defends himself, well, that's when it turns from just some maybe horseplay to the flicking of the arm to the violent confrontation.
    • Fourthly, why is rough and undisciplined horseplay, where serious injuries may be sustained by victims whose consent must be seriously in doubt, included in the list of exceptions?
    • Why is horseplay limited to boys in our culture?
    • Children especially need the room to run and play without having to worry about annoying other guests with screams, horseplay and of course, the occasional temper tantrum.
    • The scenes of fighting and horseplay among the Montagues and Capulets compelled the story forward, with swords clashing in time to the music.
    • We spent hours at this horseplay in the snow that winter.
    • Of course, these insights were only revealed in between the necessary mad, frenetic spurts of brotherly horseplay.
    • Practical jokes and horseplay frequently resulted in angry altercations between men on the factory floor.
    • His equally fatigued colleague Park Hong-Seok, however, opted for some horseplay with his three children.
    • ‘The actions are not simple fun and horseplay and can only lead to suffering and perhaps the death of someone in your own community,’ he said.
    • The defendants, who had pleaded guilty to racially aggravated harassment at earlier hearings, have maintained that they were not racially motivated and believed the actions to be horseplay.
    • Any horseplay and you'll be back in second-period study hall so fast your head will spin.
    • Mr Hedley, of Carr Meadow, says he hopes the incident is not treated as merely high jinks or horseplay.
    • Teachers ‘thought it was horseplay,’ and the boy never told his parents he was being bullied.
    • Indeed, they are also taking on the role of the uncle or auntie, ticking off youngsters who are indulging in a spot of horseplay in the street.
    • There are excuses: which one of us would happily challenge a group of teenagers - and who is to judge what is horseplay and what is more sinister?
    • First Mainline, which runs 670 buses in the district, said that young people had not heeded warnings about horseplay following the death of a 13-year-old boy earlier this year.
    • Well, Lou, there are about 1,000 images altogether, but we're told that many of them are innocuous, pictures of innocent horseplay and just snapshots.