Translation of lawlessness in Spanish:


desorden, n.

Pronunciation /ˈlɔləsnəs/ /ˈlɔːləsnəs/

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    desorden masculine
    anarquía feminine
    • Throughout the spring politically motivated lawlessness mounted around the city.
    • At that time there was persistent lawlessness, there were bandits, pirates, non-existent communications, areas of dense population, others of none.
    • The political anarchy (disorder) of the 1970s and 1980s has led to lawlessness in parts of the country.
    • Throughout the nation's history, however, there have been periodic explosions of violence and lawlessness.
    • For the believers in society and community, however, such views raised the spectre of lawlessness and anarchic self-indulgence.
    • Their commitment to fighting corruption and lawlessness has brought an end to the banditry once a feature of rural life in the country.
    • They become trapped in a vicious circle in which poverty begets lawlessness and lawlessness begets more poverty.
    • By the time he was born the South's undying racial tensions and growing lawlessness forced his parents out of town.
    • There has been lots of looting and lawlessness, with government buildings, hospitals, schools, libraries and museums ransacked.
    • They could be doing more, especially to stop brazen looting and rampant lawlessness that has added terror to the tragedy in the city.