a. racket (colloquial)
En esta calle hay mucha bulla en época de fiestas.There's a lot of racket in this street during festival season.
b. uproar (colloquial)
La bulla en la casa del vecino era ensordecedora, así que llamé a la policía.The uproar from my neighbor's house was deafening, so I called the police.
c. ruckus (colloquial) (United States)
En el bar de abajo, siempre había mucha bulla y no podía dormir.In the bar down below there was always a ruckus and I couldn't sleep.
2. (colloquial) (fight)
3. (colloquial) (haste) (Spain)
a. racket, uproar
armar bullato kick up a racket
2. (prisa) (Spain)
a. no direct translation
meter bulla a alguiento hurry somebody up
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