шумная ссора; уличная драка; уличный скандал; журчание;
скандалить; ссориться; шуметь; кричать; драться; журчать
- When he's rescued from a bar room brawl, Michael meets Alex (Rob Lowe), a charismatic drifter who plays at life by his own rules.
- Several witnesses said that Slatter started the brawl.
- Later in the game he was sent off for his part in a vicious brawl.
- It seems that the Volunteer Cavalry, and Cavalry exist to give tone to what would otherwise be a mere vulgar brawl, had already dispersed the rioters, after they had rioted along through Garscube and burned the Parish Records in Old Kilpatrick.
- A brawl ensued.
- They are extremely handsome and sensual, and glory in a drunken brawl.
- John Pain (flying P3731): "This was a brawl with some 15 CR 42s in which the entire flight got mixed up some miles out to sea at about 18,000 feet between St. Paul's Bay and Sliema.
- Five girls and one boy were arrested as police struggled to control the brawl.
- The idyll which had promised so much with Beatrice was gradually deteriorating into a drawn-out brawl.
- Thankfully the brawl between Arsenal and Norwich City players at the end of last Saturday's match at Highbury was a rarity; hence all the fuss.
- The evening ended in a brawl between the different factions in Cubism, but it brought a moment of splendour into the blackouts and bombings of war.
- A brawl following a coach collision was unlikely to have led to fatal violence being offered to a woman.
- After the street brawl against Manchester City last Tuesday this seemed like a gentle Sunday afternoon stroll in the North London sunshine.