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Translation of "coarse" - English-Spanish dictionary

coarse

adjective   /kɔːs/
rough or made of large pieces áspero, grueso coarse cloth
rude or offensive in manner or speech grosero Now and then coarse laughter broke out.
coarsely adverb /kɔːs·li/
en trozos grandes, groseramente
(Definition of coarse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

coarse

adjective /koːs/
rough in texture or to touch; not fine áspero, grueso This coat is made of coarse material.
rude, vulgar or unrefined grosero coarse jokes.
coarsely adverb
de manera ordinaria Cut the carrot coarsely.
coarseness noun
ordinariez the coarseness of the material.
coarsen verb
to (cause to) become coarse embrutecer, curtir The laundry work coarsened her hands.
(Definition of coarse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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