Übersetzung von “rough” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

rough

adjectiverough /rʌf/
≠smooth; having bumps or an uneven surface
rêche , rugueux/-euse

a rough road
une route cahoteuse

My skin felt dry and rough.
Ma peau était sèche et rêche au toucher.
=approximate; (of a calculation or guess) not exact
approximatif/-ive

a rough estimate of the price
une estimation approximative du prix

I only had a rough idea of what to do.
Je n'avais qu'une idée approximative de ce que je devais faire.
informal =tough; (of a situation) difficult to deal with
difficile

She had a rough childhood.
Elle a eu une enfance difficile.
≠gentle; too forceful or violent
violent/-ente , brutal/-ale

their rough treatment of the animals
le traitement brutal des animaux
(of an area) full of violence
agité/-ée

one of the roughest parts of town
une des parties les plus agitées de la ville
(of the ocean) with lots of waves
agité/-ée

a ship sailing in rough seas
un bateau naviguant dans des mers agitées
not finished or perfected
brut/brute , grossier/-ière

a rough wooden carving
une sculpture de bois brute/grossière

(Übersetzung von “rough” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

rough

adjective /raf/

not smooth

rugueux, rêche
Her skin felt rough.

uneven

accidenté
a rough path.

harsh; unpleasant

brusque; rude
a rough voice
She’s had a rough time since her husband died.

noisy and violent

violent, brutal
rough behaviour.

stormy

houleux, mauvais
The sea was rough
rough weather.

not complete or exact; approximate

ébauché, approximatif
a rough drawing
a rough idea/estimate.
roughly adverb

brutalement
roughness noun

rudesse
roughage /-fidʒ/ noun

substances in food, eg bran or fibre, which help digestion.

aliments de lest
roughen verb

to make or become rough

devenir rude/houleux
The sea roughened as the wind rose.
rough diamond

a person of fine character but rough manners.

personne aimable sous des dehors frustes
rough-and-ready adjective

not carefully made or finished, but good enough

de fortune
a rough-and-ready meal.

(of people) friendly enough but without politeness etc.

sans façon
rough-and-tumble noun

friendly fighting between children etc

bagarre
the rough-and-tumble of bike racing.
rough it

to live for a period of time without the comforts or conveniences of modern life

vivre à la dure
They roughed it in the jungles for two months.
rough out

to draw or explain roughly

ébaucher
I roughed out a diagram
He roughed out his plan.

rough

noun

uneven or uncultivated ground on a golf course

rough
I lost my ball in the rough.

(Übersetzung von “rough” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)