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Does anyone know what this expression means? My current translation is "A fight/argument has broken out", but I want to confirm that I'm on the right track as I'm not all that sure. Sorry, no further context available. This is a clue for a board game.
Thanks. I changed the verb tense to the present perfect as the readers will be able to see the present effects in the picture so this tense seems more appropriate than the past simple. Thanks! 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Explanation: I'm writing in past tense, since that's how you wrote the phrase in Spanish. This is what Oxford Superlex and two of my idioms dictionaries say. Good luck.
María T. Vargas Spain Local time: 08:37 Native speaker of: Spanish, English PRO pts in category: 24
Thanks. I changed the verb tense to the present perfect as the readers will be able to see the present effects in the picture so this tense seems more appropriate than the past simple. Thanks!
1 hr confidence:
there was a great hullabaloo
Explanation: Otra opción!
SE ARMÓ LA GORDA(There was a great hullabaloo). La Revolución Unionista de 1868, a causa de la cual la reina Isabel II se vio forzada a abandonar el poder, vino precedida ...
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