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furor {noun}

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furor (also: frenzy)
furor (also: furore, fury, rage)
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furor {masculine}

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1. general
furor (also: frenesí)
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furore {noun} [Brit.] (sensation, craze)
La entrevista del Comisario en Der Spiegel causó un cierto furor.
His interview in Der Spiegel caused a furore.
   – Señor Presidente, el furor en torno a las caricaturas danesas está causando estragos en Europa y en el resto del mundo.
   Mr President, the furore over the Danish cartoons rages in Europe and worldwide.
Los ciudadanos de la Unión Europea no quieren ni necesitan un furor de banderas e himnos en Bruselas.
The citizens of the European Union do not want or need a furore about flags and anthems in Brussels.
furor (also: ferocidad)
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fury {noun} (violence)
furor (also: moda)
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rage {noun} [coll.] (fashion)
Señor Presidente, el periodo que va de 1914 a 1989 fue en nuestro continente un furor de automutilación que duró 75 años.
Mr President, the years 1914 to 1989 on our continent were a 75-year rage of self-mutilation.
   – Señor Presidente, el furor en torno a las caricaturas danesas está causando estragos en Europa y en el resto del mundo.
   Mr President, the furore over the Danish cartoons rages in Europe and worldwide.
Esta visión unilateral y egoísta se recoge hoy en los discursos y las políticas de «inmigración selectiva» que hacen furor en Europa.
This unilateral and self-centred approach is reflected today in the arguments put forward and in the policies of ‘selective immigration’ which are all the rage in Europe.
2. "entusiasmo"
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enormous enthusiasm {noun}
3. "de una tempestad"

Context sentences for "furor" in Spanish

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Synonyms (English) for "furor":

furor
furore

Synonyms (Spanish) for "furor":

furor
furor uterino