Police were investigating a mass brawl outside Hampden Park in Glasgow on the morning of 26 February, about six hours before Celtic beat Rangers 2-1.
警方正在调查 2 月 26 日早上在格拉斯哥汉普顿公园外发生的大规模斗殴事件，大约在凯尔特人队以 2-1 击败流浪者队的六小时前。
Mr Allen was confirmed dead at the scene close to the Eclipse venue on Castle Canyke Road in Bodmin, Cornwall, following reports of a street brawl.
在接到街头斗殴的报道后，艾伦先生在康沃尔博德明卡尼克路城堡附近的 Eclipse 场地附近被证实死亡。
On Tuesday, Mr. Bertino recalled a rally in Washington on Nov. 14, 2020, when at least 100 Proud Boys went in search of counterprotesters and chased them away after “a big street brawl.”
周二，贝尔蒂诺先生回忆起 2020 年 11 月 14 日在华盛顿举行的一次集会，当时至少有 100 名“骄傲男孩”在“街头大吵架”后寻找反抗议者并将他们赶走。
—New York Times
quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively
A brawl is a noisy fight in a crowd. If the food fight in the cafeteria gets seriously out of hand, you might find yourself in an all-out brawl.
Brawl can also be used as a verb—people who are fighting can be said to be brawling, whether or not they are using their fists. Similarly, you can use the word to suggest that a war of words is rough, in the manner of a bar fight—the bride and her mother were engaged in a brawl over the guest list for the big day.
Brawl 也可以用作动词——打架的人可以说是 brawling，不管他们是否使用拳头。同样，你可以用这个词来暗示口水战是粗暴的，就像酒吧打架一样——新娘和她的母亲为了大日子的宾客名单发生争吵。
And even though I’m the clear loser of this fight, they can still call the police on me for trespassing and brawling in the first place.
—Every Day by David Levithan
The Eye Eater and the other two Champions’ killings hadn’t been just a fluke, or a drunken brawl, as the investigation had determined.
—Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
He thought it made her look tough, like she was ready for a brawl if it came down to it, as if she might have a razor in her shoe.
—Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
brawl (v.)late 14c., braulen “to cry out, scold, quarrel,” probably related to Dutch brallen “to boast,” or from French brailler “to shout noisily,” frequentative of braire “to bray” (see bray (v.)). The meaning “quarrel, wrangle, squabble” is from early 15c. Related: Brawled; brawler; brawling.Related entries & more
brawl (v.)late 14c., braulen “哭喊、责骂、争吵”，可能与荷兰语 brallen “吹嘘”或法语 brailler “大声喊叫”，braire 的频繁出现“叫喊”有关（见 bray （诉））。 “quarrel, wrangle, squabble” 的意思来自 15 世纪初。相关：争吵；争吵者; brawling.Related 条目及更多
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