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Brawl vs. Tagalog

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Brawlnoun

A disorderly argument or fight, usually with a large number of people involved.

Tagalognoun

Any member of a certain tribe which is one of the leading and most civilized of those native of the Philippine Islands.

Brawlnoun

A type of dance move or step.

Tagalognoun

The language of the Tagalogs. It belongs to the Malay family of languages and is one of the most highly developed members of the family.

Brawlverb

(intransitive) To engage in a brawl; to fight or quarrel.

Tagalognoun

a member of a people native to the Philippines chiefly inhabiting central Luzon around and including Manila

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Brawlverb

(intransitive) To create a disturbance; to complain loudly.

Tagalognoun

language of the Tagalog people on which Filipino is based

Brawlverb

(intransitive) Especially of a rapid stream running over stones: to make a loud, confused noise.

Brawlverb

(transitive) To pour abuse on; to scold.

Brawlverb

To move to and fro, to quiver, to shake.

Brawlverb

To quarrel noisily and outrageously.

‘Let a man that is a man consider that he is a fool that brawleth openly with his wife.’;

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Brawlverb

To complain loudly; to scold.

Brawlverb

To make a loud confused noise, as the water of a rapid stream running over stones.

‘Where the brook brawls along the painful road.’;

Brawlnoun

A noisy quarrel; loud, angry contention; a wrangle; a tumult; as, a drunken brawl.

‘His sports were hindered by the brawls.’;

Brawlnoun

an uproarious party

Brawlnoun

a noisy fight in a crowd

Brawlverb

to quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively;

‘The bar keeper threw them out, but they continued to wrangle on down the street’;

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