"palaver" translation into Spanish

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"palaver" in Spanish

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EN palaver
volume_up
{noun}

1. general

palaver (also: rumpus, ruckus, kerfuffle, ructions)
volume_up
jaleo {m} [coll.]

2. "bother", British English, colloquial

palaver (also: muddle, rumpus, wad, hoo-ha)
palaver (also: muddle, ruckus, kerfuffle, cock-up)
volume_up
follón {m} [Spa.] [coll.]
palaver (also: row, ruckus)
volume_up
borlote {m} [Mex.] [coll.]

Context sentences for "palaver" in Spanish

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Englishthere's been a lot of palaver about it, but …
se ha hablado mucho sobre el asunto, pero …
EnglishHowever, if reaching agreement in Brussels means replaying the palaver of the last night in Nice, the Intergovernmental Conference must not end in Brussels.
Habrán oído ustedes« morir por Danzig»; ahora, los polacos nos han traído« morir por Polonia».
EnglishHowever, if reaching agreement in Brussels means replaying the palaver of the last night in Nice, the Intergovernmental Conference must not end in Brussels.
Pero si llegar a un acuerdo en Bruselas significa volver a escuchar la misma charlatanería que en la última noche de Niza, la Conferencia Intergubernamental no puede terminar en Bruselas.