1. (general) 
a. alborotado(a) 
to get obstreperous (about something)alborotarse (por algo)
obstreperous [əbˈstrepərəs]
[+person, behaviour] escandaloso
it is frequently necessary to be able to deal with obstreperous people in the hotel business the clients had been boring, or stupid, or obstreperous, but none of them had ever been suggestive
he became obstreperous empezó a desmandarse
the crowd grew obstreperous
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