English translation of 'tumulto'
- (di folla)
- (di folla)
- (figurative, di pensieri, desideri)
turmoilavere l'animo in tumulto
to be in a turmoil
'tumulto' in Other Languages
British English: riot /ˈraɪət/ NOUN
When there is a riot, a crowd of people behave violently in a public place, for example they fight, throw stones, or damage buildings and vehicles.
Twelve people were injured during a riot at the prison.
- American English: riot
- Arabic: شَغَب
- Brazilian Portuguese: distúrbio
- Chinese: 骚乱
- Croatian: pobuna
- Czech: výtržnosti
- Danish: oprør
- Dutch: rel
- European Spanish: disturbio
- Finnish: mellakka
- French: émeute
- German: Aufruhr
- Greek: εξέγερση
- Italian: tumulto
- Japanese: 暴動
- Korean: 폭동
- Norwegian: opprør
- Polish: bunt
- European Portuguese: distúrbio
- Romanian: răzmeriță
- Russian: бунт
- Spanish: disturbio
- Swedish: upplopp
- Thai: การจลาจล
- Turkish: ayaklanma
- Ukrainian: заколот
- Vietnamese: sự náo loạn
British English: commotion NOUN
A commotion is a lot of noise, confusion, and excitement.
He heard a commotion outside.
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 tumulto from the Collins Italian to English
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