Translation of rampage in Spanish:

rampage

Pronunciation /ˈræmˌpeɪdʒ//ˈrampeɪdʒ//ramˈpeɪdʒ/

noun

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    to be/go on the rampage
    • fans went on the rampage in the town los hinchas arrasaron la ciudad
    • they went on a rampage of looting recorrieron el lugar saqueando y destrozando a su paso
    • Neil Griffin, who runs Clifton Hardware, suffered a broken window last week after youths went on the rampage with baseball bats.
    • You don't need to don headgear and go on a rampage through the streets.
    • This is a guy who went on a rampage, killing people as they came at him, allegedly.
    • A while ago some elephants got loose in Seoul and went on a rampage.
    • Five nurses were attacked when a man went on the rampage through a South Yorkshire hospital, a judge heard.
    • Property was destroyed as the Crown forces went on a lawless rampage.
    • An angry pensioner is offering a £500 reward after vandals went on a weekend rampage.
    • Thieves went on the rampage in the Kenmare and Sneem area early on Friday morning when they raided a pub, restaurant and a local shop.
    • Hamer residents say they are living in fear after gangs went on the rampage and vandalised cars.
    • A gang of drunken youths robbed a woman and attacked passers-by when they went on the rampage in the centre of York.
    • Police also went on the rampage after the demonstration, attacking shoppers and arresting children.
    • His supporters, however, were enraged by the verdict, and went on a rampage, setting fire to the state buildings.
    • They went on the rampage pushing over marble and granite headstones and smashing family's memorials to their loved ones.
    • After that the crowd went on a rampage of window breaking and looting.
    • Diepsloot residents went on the rampage, stoning cars and burning two government buildings.
    • Children as young as 12 were part of a drunken gang of up to 150 youngsters who went on the rampage in Milnrow.
    • A leading councillor has called for a major purge on problem youths after a gang of masked thugs carrying baseball bats went on the rampage.
    • After a hard week of training, I was very ready to get involved in the mayhem of a pirate rampage.
    • A year after football fans went on the rampage in Croydon the council says lessons have been learnt.
    • Terrified residents fled when a Rottweiler went on the rampage - attacking one woman and five dogs.

intransitive verb

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    pasar arrasando
    • With the Hampshire police spotter plane circling above the scene the mob rampaged over cars and vans, smashing shop windows and trashing four police vehicles parked on a petrol station forecourt.
    • They are also the insidious individuals who rampaged outside a dying man's home, and have taken advantage of a gullible collaborator regarding illegal billboards on his front lawn.
    • The casualties came as police tried to control rioting mobs who rampaged through the city, burning and looting shops and stoning vehicles.
    • In 2001, protesters rampaged through Genoa in Italy.
    • The Turks are rampaging across Asia, the first Crusaders are at the Empire's gates, and warfare is about to break out.
    • Football hooligans have already been captured on television rampaging through the streets of Portugal.
    • In the latest incident, up to 100 youths aged from 13 to 18 rampaged at the John Burrows recreation ground in Rectory Road, Hadleigh.
    • The second point that should be hammered home is that the hoodlums who rampaged through the Pune institute decided to express their sentiments after Laine's book had been withdrawn.
    • The government imposed a round-the-clock curfew after mobs of stick-wielding youths rampaged through the city on Friday after a dispute between residents in a suburb escalated into a riot.
    • Group Four security staff were threatened and intimidated as gangs of detainees, some of them sporting home-made masks rampaged through the complex, the court was told.
    • Innocent victims caught up in the riots spoke last night of their terror as a mob rampaged along the streets they call home.
    • Hunters scoured thick forests today searching for a wild elephant that rampaged through villages on both sides of the India-Nepal border, trampling 12 people to death.
    • It was members of this group that rampaged through the city two weeks ago and have been hijacking vehicles and breaking into houses in the vicinity of parliament.
    • In the film, Douglas suddenly cracks one day while waiting in one too many traffic jams before rampaging across the city with a gun.
    • This remains a graphic account of the Gordon Riots, when the London mob, inspired by anti-Catholicism, rampaged across the capital until stopped by the firm hand of George III.
    • There were men dressed in dark armor rampaging around the city with torches and weapons.
    • Leaving a trail of devastation behind him, a disgruntled store owner rampaged through a small Colorado town smashing buildings and cars with a makeshift armoured bulldozer.
    • The violence marked resumption of disturbances at the flashpoint Holy Cross primary school as Catholic parents and Protestant residents rampaged after a confrontation as the parents arrived to pick their children up.
    • The desperate peace moves came as gangs armed with guns and machetes rampaged through the streets of the capital Port-au-Prince in the latest outbreak of violence there.
    • Violent disturbances in 1998 and 1999 saw mobs of Asian youths hurl fireworks at police as they rampaged through the streets.