「口論の相手に差別的な発言を浴びせる」って英語でなんて言うの?

人種の異なる通行人同士が喧嘩しており、差別的な発言を浴びせていたので、それを説明したいです。
「throw discriminatory words at」等考えましたが、なんだかしっくりきません。
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IBUKIさん
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  • Shouting insults at

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  • Cursing

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1. Shouting insults at each other:-
If two people are in an argument, they may be shouting insults at each other.
The meaning of the word "insult" is a disrespectful or scornfully abusive remark or act.

2. Cursing:-
Two people may be cursing each other during an argument.
This is when they are using very bad or foul language against each other.
Shouting insults at each other.
2人が口論をしていると、お互いに暴言を吐くかもしれません。
insult の意味は、相手に対しての無礼で軽蔑的な暴言や行動のことです。

2. Cursing
2人はも口論の際に罵り言葉を使うかもしれません。
これはとてもひどい言葉や汚い言葉遣いをお互いに浴びせることです。
Jerryann DMM英会話講師
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  • I could hear people swearing at each other.

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  • They were calling each other every insult under the sun.

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I could hear people swearing at each other – swearing is word for strong insults, only what adults may say. When people swear while arguing, it can be really offensive and the argument is usually very heated.

They were calling each other every insult under the sun. – Idiom – every insult under the sun means many words, all you can think of. It emphasises how badly they were shouting at each other using swear words.
"I could hear people swearing at each other – Swearing は、罵るという意味合いで、大人の間で使われる非常に侮辱的な言い方です。
罵りながら議論をすると攻撃的で大抵、激しい口論になります。

They were calling each other every insult under the sun. – イディオム―every insult under the sunは、思いつくありとあらゆる言葉の意味です。
これによってどれだけ強くお互いを罵倒しているか強調しています。   "
Alex CB DMM英会話講師
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  • Two guys from different races were insulting each other.

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  • A few people from different races were so disrespectful towards each other.

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>Two guys from different races were insulting each other.
*insulting=disrespectful or scornfully abusive.
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>A few people from different races were so disrespectful towards each other.
*disrespectful= showing a lack of respect or courtesy; impolite.
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Two guys from different races were insulting each other.
*insulting=侮辱したり軽蔑したりすることを意味します。

A few people from different races were so disrespectful towards each other.
*disrespectful= 敬意や礼儀にかけることを意味します。
Denton DMM英会話講師
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  • A) I heard people arguing.

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  • B) They were cursing each other out.

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A) I heard people arguing.
*Heard-perceive with the ear the sound made by (someone or something).
Example-"behind her she could hear men's voices"
*People-human beings in general or considered collectively.
Example-"the earthquake killed 30,000 people"
*Arguing -exchange or express diverging or opposite views, typically in a heated or angry way.
Example-"the two men started arguing in a local pub"

B) They were cursing each other out.
*They-used to refer to two or more people or things previously mentioned or easily identified.
Example-"the two men could get life sentences if they are convicted"
*Were-second person singular past, plural past, and past subjunctive of be.
*Cursing-an offensive word or phrase used to express anger or annoyance.
Example-"at every blow there was a curse"
*Each other-used to refer to each member of a group when each does something to or for other members.
Example-"they communicate with each other in French"

I hope this helps! :-)
A) I heard people arguing.
*Heard-音を知覚する。聞く。


"behind her she could hear men's voices"
彼女は後ろで男の声を聞こえた。

*People-人々。人の複数形


"the earthquake killed 30,000 people"
その地震で30000人が死んだ。

*Arguing -相反する価値観や見識を相手と交換し合うこと、特に白熱する議論などをいう。


"the two men started arguing in a local pub"
二人の男は地元のバーで議論し合っていた。

B) They were cursing each other out.
*They-彼ら

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"the two men could get life sentences if they are convicted"
二人が有罪になれば彼らはは死刑になる可能性がある。
*Were-be動詞の二人称の過去形

*Cursing-怒りやイライラを表現する攻撃的な言葉。


"at every blow there was a curse"
一つ一つに暴力的な言葉が合った。 

*Each otherそれぞれ


"they communicate with each other in French"
みんなフランス国内で連絡を取り合っている。

お役に立てれば幸いです。
Ilke DMM英会話講師
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  • I overheard people from different races swear at each other.

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You cannot say "throw discriminatory words" instead you should say "use discriminatory words at each other". To swear mean use offensive language, especially as an expression of anger.
For example: "Peter swore under his breath."
"throw discriminatory words"とは言わず代わりに"use discriminatory words at each other"と言いましょう。 "swear"とは、ののしるというような意味で、特に怒りを表します。

例: "Peter swore under his breath."
ピーターは小声で罵った。
Natsai DMM英会話講師
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  • They were trading insults

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  • Shouting racial insults at each other

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  • Having an interracial shouting match

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To trade insults = trade insults/blows etc
"To insult or hit each other during an argument or fight."
A shouting match = a loud quarrel.
"He had to be pulled away from the stands after getting into a shouting match with a fan."
If two people are having an 'interracial shouting match' you may imagine that some of the phrases are discriminatory although this is not actually stated.
To trade insults = 互いを侮辱し合ったり、殴り合う事
例:"To insult or hit each other during an argument or fight."
(口論やケンカの時に互いを叩いたり罵ったりする)

A shouting match =激しい言い争い
例:"He had to be pulled away from the stands after getting into a shouting match with a fan."
(彼はファンと激しい口論になりスタンドから引き離された)

もし、ある二人の人が'interracial shouting match'(異人種間での言い争い)をしていると聞くと、
実際に言及されてなくても人種差別的な言葉を使っていたであろうと想像できます。
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • insults

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  • discrimination

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If someone insults you, they say or do something that is rude or offensive.
Discrimination is the practice of treating one person or group of people less fairly or less well than other people or groups.

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I did not mean to insult you.
I would be a bit insulted if he said anything like that.
insultとは、無礼なことや攻撃的なことをされた時に使います。

Discrimination とは、個人かグループを不公平に扱うことです。差別すること
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I did not mean to insult you.
怒らそうとしたわけじゃないんだ。
I would be a bit insulted if he said anything like that.
そういうこと彼がいったら、傷つくよ。
Kels DMM英会話講師
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  • Throwing discriminatory words at each other.

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  • Being explicitly rude to each other.

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  • Throwing profane words at each other.

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Profane words are words that are rude and disrespectful. These words are meant to harm the receiver or to mock them in some way. Profane words can also be used to describe how someone feels or to express a certain emotion.

"I overheard two people throwing profane words at each other like it was nothing!"
"I don't enjoy hearing profane words, that's why I was upset when I heard two people swearing at one another."

Explicitly: clearly and in detail, no mistake
"Profane words" は「無礼で品のない言葉」をいいます。人を傷つける言葉やばかにする言葉です。

"Profane words" は自分の感情を表すときに使われることもあります。

"I overheard two people throwing profane words at each other like it was nothing!"(二人の人が平然と互いに罵声を浴びせていた)

"I don't enjoy hearing profane words, that's why I was upset when I heard two people swearing at one another."(人がののしり合うのを聞いて動揺してしまった)

Explicitly: 明確に、はっきりと
Tiyani DMM英会話講師
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  • I saw these two people on the street committing hate crime against each other.

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他にshooting foul words / spitting racially demeaning words などと表現できます。
Brighture English Academy 語学学校
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  • Cursing

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  • I heard people arguing

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If you want to be precise, you should say "Throwing discriminatory words at each other" but given examples are OK to be used too. For example - I really don't appreciate people cursing in public places.
明確に伝えるなら、"Throwing discriminatory words at each other" がいいと思います。ただ、上にお示しした例も使うことができます。
例:
I really don't appreciate people cursing in public places.(人前でののしり合う人たちは本当に嫌だ)
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