Definition of 'turbulent'
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On two occasions the Speaker of the House suspended the session following turbulent scenes on the floor. THE ENDLESS GAME (2001)Somewhere below in the turbulent maelstrom was the starboard rail. LET NOT THE DEEP (2001)
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Translations for 'turbulent'
British English: turbulent ADJECTIVE
A turbulent time, place, or relationship is one in which there is a lot of change, confusion, and disorder.
They had been together for five or six turbulent years of rows and reconciliations.
Definition of turbulent from the Collins English Dictionary
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