turba


turba
f.
1 peat, turf (combustible).
2 mob (muchedumbre).
3 crowd, mob, disorderly crowd, rout.
pres.indicat.
3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: turbar.
* * *
turba
nombre femenino
1 (combustible) peat, turf
2 (abono) peat, peat moss
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turba
nombre femenino
1 (muchedumbre) mob, crowd
* * *
I
SF (=combustible) peat
II
SF (=muchedumbre) crowd, throng; [en movimiento] swarm; pey mob
* * *
femenino
1) (carbón) peat
2) (muchedumbre) mob
* * *
= mob, peat, rabble.
Ex. Whilst in Panizzi's employ, Edward refused to act as a special constable to protect the British Museum against the Chartist mobs.
Ex. These are animal sculptures created from natural materials, e.g., hay, moss and peat.
Ex. On his return, his house was assaulted by a large concourse of rabble, who broke all the windows and attacked, pelted, beat and otherwise ill-treated him.
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* de turba = peaty.
* * *
femenino
1) (carbón) peat
2) (muchedumbre) mob
* * *
= mob, peat, rabble.

Ex: Whilst in Panizzi's employ, Edward refused to act as a special constable to protect the British Museum against the Chartist mobs.

Ex: These are animal sculptures created from natural materials, e.g., hay, moss and peat.
Ex: On his return, his house was assaulted by a large concourse of rabble, who broke all the windows and attacked, pelted, beat and otherwise ill-treated him.
* de turba = peaty.

* * *
turba
feminine
A (carbón) peat
B (muchedumbre) mob
* * *

Del verbo turbar: (conjugate turbar)

turba es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

Multiple Entries:
turba    
turbar
turbar (conjugate turbar) verbo transitivo
1 (liter o period) ‹orden/silencioto disturb
2 (liter o period) (aturdir, confundir):
sus insistentes miradas la turbaon the way he kept looking at her embarrassed and confused her;

su presencia lo turbó her presence made him uncomfortable
turbarse verbo pronominal (liter o period) (aturdirse, confundirse):
la besó en la mejilla y se turbó he kissed her on the cheek and she was covered with confusion (liter);

se turbó ante tantos elogios such praise confused and embarrassed him
turba sustantivo femenino
1 Min (carbón natural) peat
2 pey (multitud agitada) herd, crowd
turbar verbo transitivo
1 (confundir, desconcertar) to baffle, shock
(causar torpeza, timidez) to embarrass
2 (perturbar) to unsettle
turbar la calma, to disturb peace
turbar la razón, to drive mad

'turba' also found in these entries:
English:
mob
- peat
- turf
* * *
turba nf
1. [combustible] peat
2. [muchedumbre] mob
* * *
turba
f
1 (muchedumbre) throng
2 (carbón) peat
* * *
turba nf
1) : peat
2) : mob, throng

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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