turbulento

adj.
turbulent, tumultuous, agitated.
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turbulento
adjetivo
1 turbulent, troubled
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(f. - turbulenta)
adj.
turbulent
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ADJ
1) [río, aguas] turbulent
2) [período] troubled, turbulent; [reunión] stormy
3) [carácter] restless
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-ta adjetivo <río/atmósfera> turbulent; <reunión/romance> stormy, turbulent; <época> turbulent, troubled
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= troubled, turbulent, stormy [stormier -comp., stormiest -sup.], tumultuous, roiling, blustery, riotous, chequered [checkered, -USA].
Ex. These thoughts and many more like them flitted to and fro ceaselessly over the troubled surface of his mind.
Ex. The vocabulary used in conjunction with PRECIS is split in two sections, one part for Entities (or things) and the other for Attributes (properties of things, for example colour, weight; activities of things, for example flow, and properties of activities, for example, slow, turbulent).
Ex. The stormy period of the 50s and 60s are considered to have seriously damaged the cause of improving the salaries of librarians.
Ex. Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
Ex. He stood on the muddy bank of the river just after dawn, staring dispiritedly at the roiling current separating him from Mexico.
Ex. This is probably because the north's more blustery weather spring-cleans the streets.
Ex. I'd like to see the full force of the law brought down on these people who are involved in this riotous behaviour.
Ex. An appraisal of the reforms following the report suggests that local councillors' workload has increased, and community councils have had a chequered career, although local authorities generally are stronger.
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* pasado turbulento = chequered history, chequered past.
* tiempos turbulentos = embattled time(s).
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-ta adjetivo <río/atmósfera> turbulent; <reunión/romance> stormy, turbulent; <época> turbulent, troubled
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= troubled, turbulent, stormy [stormier -comp., stormiest -sup.], tumultuous, roiling, blustery, riotous, chequered [checkered, -USA].

Ex: These thoughts and many more like them flitted to and fro ceaselessly over the troubled surface of his mind.

Ex: The vocabulary used in conjunction with PRECIS is split in two sections, one part for Entities (or things) and the other for Attributes (properties of things, for example colour, weight; activities of things, for example flow, and properties of activities, for example, slow, turbulent).
Ex: The stormy period of the 50s and 60s are considered to have seriously damaged the cause of improving the salaries of librarians.
Ex: Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
Ex: He stood on the muddy bank of the river just after dawn, staring dispiritedly at the roiling current separating him from Mexico.
Ex: This is probably because the north's more blustery weather spring-cleans the streets.
Ex: I'd like to see the full force of the law brought down on these people who are involved in this riotous behaviour.
Ex: An appraisal of the reforms following the report suggests that local councillors' workload has increased, and community councils have had a chequered career, although local authorities generally are stronger.
* pasado turbulento = chequered history, chequered past.
* tiempos turbulentos = embattled time(s).

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turbulento -ta
adjective
‹río/aguas/atmósfera› turbulent; ‹reunión/romance› stormy, turbulent; ‹época› turbulent, troubled
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turbulento
-ta adjetivo

turbulent
turbulento,-a adjetivo
1 Meteor turbulent
2 (pasión, actividad) stormy
3 (persona, carárcter) turbulent

'turbulento' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
conflictiva
- conflictivo
- turbulenta
English:
disorderly
- turbulent
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turbulento, -a adj
1. [aguas] turbulent
2. [época, situación] turbulent, troubled;
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turbulento
adj turbulent
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turbulento, -ta adj
: turbulent

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • turbulento — adj. 1. Agitado; em que há turbulência. 2. Buliçoso; irrequieto; travesso; traquinas. • adj. s. m. 3. Indivíduo desordeiro …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • turbulento — turbulento, ta (Del lat. turbulentus). 1. adj. Dicho especialmente de un líquido: Turbio y agitado. 2. Dicho de una acción o situación: Agitada y desordenada. 3. Dicho de una persona: Agitadora, que promueve disturbios, discusiones, etc. U. t. c …   Diccionario de la lengua española

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  • turbulento — tur·bu·lèn·to agg., s.m. OB var. → turbolento …   Dizionario italiano

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