Portuguese translation of 'uproar'
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The move is expected to cause uproar from trade unions.Computing (2010)
A TOWN hall sparked uproar after offering residents cash rewards for killing stray dogs.The Sun (2013)
The case has caused uproar within the City of London.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The invitation has, predictably, caused uproar in the art world.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The plan will provoke uproar in the fishing industry, which argues that a blanket ban would destroy fishermen's livelihoods.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The situation last week caused uproar.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
When the films were broadcast The Times reported the great political uproar that they caused.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
In almost any other walk of life, these restrictions on individual freedom would cause a national uproar.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The leak caused uproar in Europe, as other leaders reacted in anger.The Sun (2016)
But his quango is sure to spark uproar with its daft demands today.The Sun (2012)
But news of the deaths has caused uproar on the set, with cast members complaining they were not consulted.The Sun (2016)
But the move would also mean having to cut some existing aid projects, sparking uproar with non-governmental organisations and charities.The Sun (2013)
But they will also spark uproar from unions.The Sun (2012)
Her comments caused uproar and embarrassed the Government.The Sun (2015)
If they fought or summoned help from a rescue team based in Malta, it would cause uproar.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
It was the last set of recommendations that caused uproar.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Patients and doctors have had to wait more than a decade for some crucial treatments, sparking uproar.The Sun (2016)
The Basingstoke firm is putting things right after the 200 million new grandstand caused uproar when many racegoers could not see the action.The Sun (2007)
The move has triggered public uproar.The Sun (2012)
The plight of the two Canadians has sparked worldwide uproar.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The proposals have provoked uproar.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
The shenanigans provoked uproar as the nation began to lose patience with the third party's dithering backbenchers in the face of an economic crisis.The Sun (2010)
The video sparked uproar when it was released on Monday.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
You're not above causing a public uproar when your temper's up.The Sun (2012)
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British English: uproar NOUN
If there is uproar, there is a lot of shouting and noise because people are very angry or upset about something.
The announcement caused uproar in the crowd.
Translation of uproar from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary