rough lietuviškai

rough vertimas 1. a 1) grubus; šiurkštus, nelygus; gruoblėtas; gauruotas; 2) audringas; šaižus; 3) apytikris; 4) neišdirbtas; neišbaigtas; 2. n 1) grubumas; bloga apdaila; in the rough nebaigtas, nepadailintas; juodraštinis; 2) storžievis; 3. v 1) atlikti juodraštyje, bendrais bruožais; 2): to rough it apsieiti be patogumų; to rough inapmesti; to rough up sušiaušti, suvelti; to rough smb up suerzinti (ką nors); 4. adv grubiai; rough-and- tumble 1. n netvarka; 2. a netvarkingas; rough -cast1. a 1) grubiai nutinkuotas; 2) nebaigtas; 2. v 1) apmesti (planą); 2) grubiai tinkuoti; to rough smth up suvelti, idiom: to give smb a rough side of one's tongue - apkalbėti

  • rough diamond bet šiurkštus žmogus, gero būdo
  • rough water (n.) neramumas
  • rough out (v.) apmesti
  • rough-cut (adj.) šiurkštus, grubus
  • rough in (v.) apmesti
  • rough-and-ready (adj.) paskubomis parengtas, šiurkštokas, paprastas
  • rough-and-tumble (n.) susivaidijimas, susipešimas, peštynės, grumtynės, muštynės
  • rough handling (n.) žiaurumas, brutalumas
  • rough it () pagyventi be patogumų
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (land site) the part of a golf course bordering the fairway where the grass isn't cut short Type of: land site. Part of: golf course
  • (prepare) to prepare in preliminary or sketchy form
  • (unsmooth) having or caused by an irregular surface
  • (unrefined) of persons or behavior, lacking refinement or finesse Similar to: unrefined
  • (inexact) not quite exact or correct
  • (difficult) full of hardship or trials
  • (stormy) violently agitated and turbulent
  • (cacophonous) unpleasantly harsh or grating in sound
  • (aggressive) ready and able to resort to force or violence
  • (botany) of the margin of a leaf shape, having the edge cut, fringed, or scalloped Topic: botany. Similar to: bidentate, biserrate, ciliated, crenated, crenulated, crispated, dentate,...
  • (bumpy) causing or characterized by jolts and irregular movements
  • (unsheared) not shaped by cutting or trimming
  • (unskilled) not carefully or expertly made
  • (unpolished) not perfected Similar to: unpolished
  • (unpleasant) unpleasantly stern
  • (unkind) unkind, cruel, or uncivil
  • (roughness, violence) with roughness or violence
  • (rough motion, rough) with rough motion as over a rough surface

rough sinonimai agitated, approximate, approximative, arctic, as cold as ice, biting, bitter, bleak, blunt, boisterous, boorish, bristly, broad, bumpy, churlish, coarse, common, cool, craggy, crude, curt, ferocious, fierce, freezing, frigid, frosty, frozen, furious, gelid, glacial, grating, gravelly, grinding, gross, gruff, hairy, hard, harsh, icy, ill-bred, ill-mannered, imperfect, impolite, inclement, incomplete, indelicate, inexact, irregular, jagged, jolting, jolty, jumpy, penetrating, piercing, polar, pugnacious, rasping, raspy, raucous, raw, rigorous, rocky, rough and ready, rough-cut, rude, rugged, savage, scabrous, scratchy, severe, shaggy, sharp, steely, stiff, stony, stormy, tempestuous, tough, turbulent, uncivil, uncouth, uncultured, uncut, unequal, uneven, unfinished, unpolished, unrefined, unsmooth, unwrought, vague, violent, vulgar, wild, wintery, wintry, hard, hard-heartedly, harshly, roughly, stepmotherly, hardly, brute, bully, hooligan, roughneck, rowdy, ruffian, tough, yahoo, yob, yobbo, yobo, rough in, rough out

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