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boisterous

['bɔɪstǝrǝs]

ADJ

  1. (=unrestrained) [person] bullicioso, escandaloso; [crowd] bullicioso, alborotado; [meeting] bullicioso, tumultuoso

  2. (=in high spirits) [child, game] bullicioso, alborotado; [party] bullicioso, muy animado

  3. (=rough) [sea, waves] embravecido; [wind] tempestuoso

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As Matthew had grown older, he had come to know of his father's boisterous infidelities. They had always been short-lived and poorly concealed.
Cuando Cowart se hizo mayor, llegó a enterarse de las escandalosas infidelidades de su padre, siempre fugaces y mal disimuladas.
Katzenbach, John / Just CauseKatzenbach, John / Juicio Final
Juicio Final
Katzenbach, John
© 1992 by John Katzenbach
© Ediciones B, S. A., 2006
Just Cause
Katzenbach, John
© 1992 by John Katzenbach

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'bɔɪstǝrǝsbullicioso; escandaloso; bullicioso; alborotado; bullicioso; tumultuoso

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