Translation of trouble spot in Spanish:

trouble spot

punto conflictivo, n.

noun

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    punto conflictivo masculine
    • Many factors differentiate the nature of the disorders, including terrain, politics and the strategic location of the trouble spot.
    • A total of five new floodlights have been installed and static cameras will be targeted directly at the trouble spot.
    • It had been a trouble spot for more than four years with intimidating gangs hanging around.
    • An area of Ferrybank is also known to be a trouble spot and in private estates on the other side of the city anti-social behaviour is taking place.
    • The only trouble spot in this performance is his reaction to Juliet's false death, which builds so slowly as to seem implausibly flat.
    • A trouble spot has been left without its state-of-the-art CCTV system for months because it was removed for evidence in a court case.
    • Police have been gathering evidence to impose a far-reaching dispersal order at the main trouble spot, the bus station.
    • He removed a small bit that was just in front of the burned area revealing the trouble spot.
    • In addition, there are serious concerns about the possible increase of flooding in a known trouble spot.
    • The post box, in the shopping centre, has been a trouble spot for more than four years.
    • The trouble spot in the game's graphics comes from the camera.
    • The town is a trouble spot for flooding and earlier this month many residents and businesses were left in chaos when the River Avon burst its banks.
    • This has been a trouble spot despite efforts to upgrade the position.
    • They were out of radio contact with their base, and proceeded to the trouble spot - no other choppers were at hand.
    • According to the mayor, Paradise Alley has been a trouble spot in town for as long as anyone can remember.
    • It gave the world hope for political and economic cooperation, resolving an international trouble spot.
    • Second, isolate the trouble spot if you can: ‘This is where things start going wrong.’
    • They had come from all over the world to solve a particular problem and were intent upon finding a solution before returning to their particular trouble spot.
    • The Evening Press reported earlier this month how vehicles were initially routed away from the trouble spot for four days after a driver was injured as he approached a stop.
    • So the whole track has the potential to be a trouble spot.