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Palabra del día – follón

Follón (sustantivo masculino)

English: Commotion, ruckus, racket, row, fuss, mess trouble

Spanish: Discursió tumultosa, alboroto. Complicación, enredo, desorden, Asunto pesado o enojoso. Ventosidad sin ruido.


armó or montó un buen follón – he kicked up a hell of a fuss – he made such a racket

¡que follóm de papeles! – These papers are in such a mess!;

no te metas en follones – don’t get into trouble

estáis armando mucho follón – you are making a lot of noise

montó un follón por esa tontería – he kicked up a fuss over that nonsense

me vas a meter en un buen follón – you are going to get me into a real mess

tengo un follón de papeles sobre la mesa – the papers on my desk are in a terrible mess

Examples: Lucy siempre está montando follón en Madrid. La alarma sonó y se armó un follón. Luciano entró en una boda a robar a la novia y se armó el follón.

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