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Spanish translation of “vulgar”

vulgar

adjective /ˈvalɡə/
not generally socially acceptable, decent or polite; ill-mannered
vulgar, ordinario
Such behaviour is regarded as vulgar.
of the common or ordinary people
vulgar
the vulgar tongue/language.
vulgarly adverb
vulgarmente
vulgarity /-ˈɡӕ-/ noun (plural vulgarities) (an example of) bad manners, bad taste etc , in eg speech, behaviour/behavior etc
vulgaridad
The vulgarity of his language often offended people.
vulgar fraction /ˈvalɡə ˈfrækʃən/ noun (British ) (mathematics ) a fraction that is written as one number below a line and one above it, for example as in ¾; common fraction (American).
fracción común
(Definition of vulgar from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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