Bedeutung von “rough” — Learner’s Dictionary

rough

adjective us uk /rʌf/
The wooden floor was rough against his feet.Use sandpaper if the surface is too rough.The stone was rough and unpolished.Sharpen the edge of the knife on a rough surface.The timber can be supplied with either a rough or smooth finish.
NOT SMOOTH

B1 A rough surface is not smooth:

rough hands
rough ground
APPROXIMATE

B1 approximate:

a rough estimate
Can you give me a rough idea of the cost?
FORCEFUL

B2 If the sea or weather is rough, there is a lot of strong wind and sometimes rain:

The boat sank in rough seas off the Swedish coast.
SICK [ never before noun ] UK

sick:

I feel / a bit rough after last night.
DIFFICULT

B2 difficult or unpleasant:

She's having a rough time at work.
DANGEROUS

dangerous or violent:

a rough part of town
Hockey can be quite a rough game.
NOT PERFECT

quickly done and not perfect:

These are just rough sketches.
roughness noun [ U ]

(Definition von “rough adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)