vulgar

  • 21 vulgar — ► ADJECTIVE 1) lacking sophistication or good taste. 2) making explicit and inappropriate reference to sex or bodily functions. 3) dated characteristic of or belonging to ordinary people. DERIVATIVES vulgarity noun (pl. vulgarities) vulgarly… …

    English terms dictionary

  • 22 vulgar — (Del lat. vulgaris.) ► adjetivo 1 Que es común y no llama la atención: ■ lleva siempre una ropa muy vulgar. SINÓNIMO banal normal ANTÓNIMO original 2 Que es grosero: ■ tiene unos modales muy vulgares; no digas expresiones tan vulgares …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 23 vulgar — vulgarly, adv. vulgarness, n. /vul geuhr/, adj. 1. characterized by ignorance of or lack of good breeding or taste: vulgar ostentation. 2. indecent; obscene; lewd: a vulgar work; a vulgar gesture. 3. crude; coarse; unrefined: a vulgar peasant. 4 …

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  • 24 vulgar — [[t]vʌ̱lgə(r)[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you describe something as vulgar, you think it is in bad taste or of poor artistic quality. I think it s a very vulgar house... The film is tasteless, vulgar and even badly shot. Syn: tasteless… …

    English dictionary

  • 25 vulgar — /ˈvʌlgə / (say vulguh) adjective 1. marked by ignorance of or want of good breeding or taste, as manners, actions, language, dress, display, etc.: her appearance and manners were very vulgar. 2. crude; coarse; unrefined. 3. obscene; indecent: a… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 26 vulgar — adj m y f 1 Que no tiene educación ni gusto, que es de mal gusto, falto de delicadeza y cortesía: un dicho vulgar, una palabra vulgar, un hombre vulgar, una pintura vulgar 2 Que no tiene nada que lo distinga del grupo a que pertenece, que es… …

    Español en México

  • 27 vulgar — adj. 1 a of or characteristic of the common people, plebeian. b coarse in manners; low (vulgar expressions; vulgar tastes). 2 in common use; generally prevalent (vulgar errors). Phrases and idioms: vulgar fraction a fraction expressed by… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 28 Vulgär — Vulgarität (Adjektiv: „vulgär“; synonym „ordinär“, zumeist adjektivisch gebraucht) bezeichnet die Eigenschaft des Gewöhnlichen, Niederen oder auch Unflätigen bzw. Unkultivierten. Als vulgär im letzteren Sinne werden insbesondere Sprachelemente,… …

    Deutsch Wikipedia

  • 29 vulgar — {{#}}{{LM SynV41297}}{{〓}} {{CLAVE V40295}}{{\}}{{CLAVE}}{{/}}{{\}}SINÓNIMOS Y ANTÓNIMOS:{{/}} {{[}}vulgar{{]}} {{《}}▍ adj.{{》}} = {{<}}1{{>}} común • corriente • impersonal • ordinario • normal • ramplón (col.) ≠ original = {{<}}2{{>}}… …

    Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • 30 vulgar — vulgar1 (Del lat. vulgāris). 1. adj. Perteneciente o relativo al vulgo. Apl. a pers., era u. t. c. s.) 2. Común o general, por contraposición a especial o técnico. 3. Que es impropio de personas cultas o educadas. 4. Dicho de una lengua: Que se… …

    Diccionario de la lengua española

  • 31 vulgar — adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin vulgaris of the mob, vulgar, from volgus, vulgus mob, common people Date: 14th century 1. a. generally used, applied, or accepted b. understood in or having the ordinary sense < they reject the… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 32 vulgär — schweinisch (umgangssprachlich); obszön; schlüpfrig; unzüchtig; derb; frivol; unter der Gürtellinie (umgangssprachlich); anstößig; schmierig; schmutzig; geschmacklos * * …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 33 vulgar — adj. vulgar to + inf. (it s vulgar to spit in public) * * * [ vʌlgə] vulgar to + inf. (it s vulgar to spit in public) …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 34 vulgar — adjetivo 1) común*, ordinario, corriente, general*. ≠ elegante, fino, distinguido. ? 2) chabacano, chocarrero, arrabalero (coloquial), basto …

    Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • 35 vulgar — vul|gar [ˈvʌlgə US ər] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Latin; Origin: vulgaris, from volgus, vulgus common people ] 1.) remarks, jokes etc that are vulgar deal with sex in a very rude and offensive way 2.) not behaving politely in social situations =… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 36 vulgar — vul|gar [ vʌlgər ] adjective 1. ) a vulgar joke, comment, action, etc. has a sexual meaning that is considered rude or offensive 2. ) someone who is vulgar is rude, unpleasant, and offensive 3. ) lacking the ability to judge what is attractive,… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 37 vulgar — adjective 1 remarks, jokes etc that are vulgar deal with sex in a very rude and offensive way 2 impolite and showing bad manners: vulgar habits 3 especially BrE not showing good judgment about what is beautiful or suitable: a vulgar display of… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 38 vulgar — adjective 1) a vulgar joke Syn: rude, indecent, indelicate, offensive, distasteful, coarse, crude, ribald, risqué, naughty, suggestive, racy, earthy, off color, bawdy, obscene, profane, lewd …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 39 vulgar — adjective 1) a vulgar joke Syn: rude, crude, dirty, filthy, smutty, naughty, indecent, obscene, coarse, risqué; informal blue 2) the decor was lavish but vulgar Syn: tasteless …

    Synonyms and antonyms dictionary

  • 40 vulgar — UK [ˈvʌlɡə(r)] / US [ˈvʌlɡər] adjective 1) a vulgar joke, comment, action etc has a sexual meaning that is considered to be rude or offensive 2) someone who is vulgar is rude, unpleasant, and offensive 3) lacking the ability to judge what is… …

    English dictionary