rabble
rabble
noun
1. (disorganized crowd) 
a. la turba (F) 
The angry rabble demanded the punishment of the rapist.La turba enfurecida exigió el castigo del violador.
During the riot, the rabble burned down two cars.Durante los disturbios, la muchedumbre quemó dos automóviles.
The rabble took to the streets and tried to break into the town hall.La multitud tomó las calles y trató de entrar por la fuerza en la municipalidad.
2. (pejorative) (common people) 
a. la chusma (F) 
Alicia says she hates public transport because she loathes to be near "the rabble."Alicia dice que odia el transporte público porque detesta estar cerca de "la chusma".
rabble
Noun
1. (general) 
a. la multitud (F) 
rabble rouseragitador(ora) (de masas)
rabble [ˈræbl]
noun
(disorderly crowd) gentío (m); muchedumbre (f); mogollón (m) (informal); (Esp)
the rabble (uncultured people) la chusma; a rabble of una multitud turbulenta de
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