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rude

adjective   /ruːd/
B1 behaving in a way that is not polite and upsets other people grosero, mal educado a rude remark He was very rude to me. It would be rude to leave without saying goodbye. →  Opposite polite
UK Rude words or jokes relate to sex or going to the toilet. verde, grosero
rudely adverb /ˈruːd·li/
groseramente
rudeness noun [no plural] /ˈruːd·nəs/
grosería, mala educación
(Definition of rude from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

rude

adjective /ruːd/
not polite; showing bad manners grosero; maleducado rude behaviour/behavior.
vulgar; indecent indecente rude pictures.
rudely adverb
groseramente She kept rudely interrupting me!
rudeness noun
grosería
(Definition of rude from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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