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brute

noun   /bruːt/
disapproving a rough and sometimes violent man bruto, animal Take your hands off me, you brute!2447
adjective   /bruːt/
brute force
great physical force or strength fuerza bruta In the end she used brute force to push him out.1916
(Definition of brute from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

brute

noun /bruːt/
an animal other than man animal, bestia My dog died yesterday, the poor brute (also adjective) brute force.
a cruel person bruto He is a vile brute of a man.
brutal adjective
very cruel or severe brutal a brutal beating.
brutality /-ˈtӕ-/ noun
brutalidad incidents of police brutality.
brutish adjective
of, or like, a brute brutal I can’t stand his brutish manners.
(Definition of brute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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