Translation of hurly-burly in Spanish:

hurly-burly

bullicio, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌhərliˈbərli//ˈhəːlɪbəːli/

noun

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    bullicio masculine
    alboroto masculine
    • One inch shorter and at least a stone lighter, he is a relatively small by modern standards and still looks lost occasionally in the hurly-burly of international rugby.
    • Busy, busy, busy and I go back to the hurly-burly of the office.
    • Whether in the hurly-burly of real-world politics more information means better decisions is an open question.
    • In the hurly-burly of today's executive life, it is not surprising that few people can take time off ‘to stand and stare’.
    • Despite all the pomp and circumstance, political hurly-burly raised its head at yesterday's festivities.
    • Despite the hurly-burly involved in running a home, most parents have discussed who should take their children should they have a fatal accident.
    • It's peaceful and pristine up here away from the hurly-burly of the recreation area.
    • Amid the hurly-burly of a presidential race, it is sometimes difficult to view the candidates as three-dimensional human beings rather than cardboard cutouts on campaign posters.
    • One of the things that serves as a brief respite from the hurly-burly is the attempts some people will go to to advertise their product.
    • In the hurly-burly of the festival you meet all sorts of people, old friends and new.
    • However, I must confess that with age has come a certain distaste for the noise, the crowds and the whole hurly-burly of mass protest.
    • Love fades and dwindles in the hurly-burly of life.
    • After the hurly-burly of London life, rural coupledom felt unbelievably peaceful.
    • But even in the hurly-burly of a game he can spot things that other players can't.
    • He said: ‘We need co-ordinators who are used to the hurly-burly of school life.’
    • The majority of visitors come to the National Park to experience the special qualities of the area and to get away from the hurly-burly of every day life.
    • Amid the hurly-burly of network TV, it's almost unheard of for programmers to plan beyond their next season, let alone five years hence.
    • Anyway, Gus was so exquisite he used not to take part in the rough hurly-burly of football matches, but would remain aloof in perfectly clean kit.
    • Somehow, in all the hurly-burly, I missed this one.
    • Back in the hurly-burly of the main part of old Georgetown, I discovered surprises round every corner.