troublemaker in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. buscapleitos, agitador, alborotador, azuzador, bullanguero, busca pleitos, buscarruidos, camorrero, camorrista, cizañero, creador de conflictos, cuchillero, embarullador, embrollador, enredador

Example Sentences

I knew she was a "troublemaker", Rebecca muttered.
Sabía que era una "buscapleitos", Rebecca rezongó.
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Tom is a troublemaker.
Tom es conflictivo.
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Ryuichi soon became a famous troublemaker.
Ryuichi pronto se convirtió en un famoso alborotador.
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My little brother wasn't exactly a troublemaker.
Mi hermano no era un buscapleitos.
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Mac is a troublemaker but he is fairly harmless.
Mac es un alborotador, pero francamente inofensivo.
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I've heard he's a troublemaker.
He oído que es un alborotador.
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Additionally I have to mention he is A troublemaker.
Además tengo que mencionar que es un alborotador.
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I figured some troublemaker misunderstood and stole the box out of my office.
Pensé que algún alborotador había robado la caja de mi oficina.
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Castellon is an indecisive old man. Munoz is a conceited troublemaker.
Castellón es un viejo indeciso, y Muñoz un buscapleitos.
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China, for example, is a model of despotic efficiency: its internal-security system extends from state-of-the-art surveillance and extralegal detention centers to an army of paid informants and neighborhood patrols that looks out for troublemakers.
China, por ejemplo, es un modelo de eficiencia despótica: su sistema de seguridad interna se extiende desde la más moderna vigilancia y centros de detención extrajudiciales hasta un ejército de informantes pagados y patrullas de barrio que detectan a los alborotadores.
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Synonyms

someone who deliberately stirs up trouble: loudmouth, cut-up, blusterer, heckler, hellion, heller, devil, troubler, provoker, rioter, badgerer, agitator, mischief-maker, trouble maker, practical joker, hoaxer, tricker, persona non grata, instigator, hellhound, unwelcome person, trickster, disturber, firebrand, fomenter, inciter, bad hat, instigant, prankster


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