vulgar

  • 41 vulgar — vul•gar [[t]ˈvʌl gər[/t]] adj. 1) characterized by ignorance of or lack of good breeding or taste: vulgar ostentation[/ex] 2) indecent; obscene; lewd: a vulgar gesture[/ex] 3) lacking in refinement; crude; coarse; boorish 4) of, pertaining to, or …

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  • 42 vulgär — anrüchig, anstößig, anzüglich, derb, gewöhnlich, nicht salonfähig, pornografisch, rustikal, schamlos, unanständig, unfein, ungehörig, verdorben; (schweiz.): urchig; (bildungsspr.): krude, obszön; (ugs.): dreckig, gepfeffert; (salopp): gesalzen;… …

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  • 43 vulgar — (adj) (Intermedio) que no es extraordinario, sino normal y común Ejemplos: El libro resultó muy vulgar, no destaca por su originalidad. Nos han servido una comida vulgar, pero muy rica. Sinónimos: común, corriente, simple, ordinario, rústico,… …

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  • 44 vulgar — [ˈvʌlgə] adj 1) a vulgar joke, comment, action etc has a sexual meaning that is rude or offensive 2) someone who is vulgar is rude, unpleasant, and offensive 3) showing a lack of ability to judge what is attractive, suitable etc vulgarly adv …

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  • 45 vulgar — adjective /ˈvʌl.ɡə,ˈvʌl.ɡɚ/ a) Having to do with ordinary, common people. Further, the same sacred name in other monuments precedes the vulgar name of King Takellothis, the sixth of the XXII. Dyn., as we have seen. b) Debased, uncouth,… …

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  • 46 vulgar — See popular. See popular, vulgar …

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  • 47 vulgar — adj. Vulgar is used with these nouns: ↑expression, ↑fraction, ↑language …

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  • 48 vulgar — [14] Latin vulgus, a word of uncertain origin, denoted the ‘common people’. From it was derived the adjective vulgāris, from which English gets vulgar. The Vulgate [17], a version of the Bible translated into Latin in the 4th century, was so… …

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  • 49 vulgar —    Boorish; lacking in taste or refinement; lacking good breeding. Crudely indecent, as are off color jokes (now potential grounds for claims of sexual harassment.) Standards of decency are notoriously subject to change, but the most common ones… …

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  • 50 vulgar — [14] Latin vulgus, a word of uncertain origin, denoted the ‘common people’. From it was derived the adjective vulgāris, from which English gets vulgar. The Vulgate [17], a version of the Bible translated into Latin in the 4th century, was so… …

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  • 51 vulgär — См. volgare …

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  • 52 vulgar — См. volgare …

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  • 53 vulgar — Synonyms and related words: Doric, average, barbarian, barbaric, barbarous, barnyard, base, baseborn, below the salt, blatant, blue, boorish, brazen, brazenfaced, broad, cacophonous, caddish, chintzy, clumsy, coarse, cockney, colloquial, colorful …

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  • 54 vulgar — vul|gar Mot Agut Adjectiu invariable …

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  • 55 vulgär — vul·gär [vʊl ɡɛːɐ̯] Adj; geschr; <ein Ausdruck, ein Fluch, ein Mensch, eine Person, ein Wort> so, dass sie gegen die guten Sitten und gegen den guten Geschmack verstoßen ≈ ordinär || hierzu Vul·ga·ri·tä̲t die; nur Sg …

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  • 56 vulgár — adj. m., pl. vulgári; f. sg. vulgárã, pl. vulgáre …

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  • 57 vulgar — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Lacking in refinement or taste] Syn. coarse, crude, crass, unrefined, uncouth, indelicate, boorish, uncultivated, gross, low, common, tasteless, inelegant, cheap, ostentatious, overdone, pretentious, gaudy, tacky*; see… …

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  • 58 vulgär — vul|gär 〈 [vul ] Adj.〉 gemein, gewöhnlich, ordinär [Etym.: <lat. vulgaris »(all)gemein«; zu vulgus »Menge, Volk«] …

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  • 59 vulgär — vul|gär [v...] <aus gleichbed. fr. vulgaire, dies aus lat. vulgaris »allgemein; gewöhnlich; gemein« zu vulgus »Menge, gemeines Volk«>: 1. (abwertend) auf abstoßende Weise derb u. gewöhnlich, ordinär. 2. zu einfach u. oberflächlich; nicht… …

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  • 60 vulgar — vul·gar || vÊŒlgÉ™(r) adj. uncouth, indecent; lacking in taste; vernacular; ordinary; offensively gaudy …

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