English version

fracas

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfracasfrac‧as /ˈfrækɑː $ ˈfreɪkəs/ noun [singular] 🔊 🔊 FIGHTa short noisy fight involving several people syn affray 🔊 Eight people were injured in the fracas.
Examples from the Corpus
fracasWe got into a big fracas.However, it developed into a full scale fracas involving a dozen players from either side.The women glanced at the fracas and stepped delicately aside on the steps as they passed by.Now the fracas involves him directly.The two policewomen radioed for help when they got into trouble trying to deal with the fracas.
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