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boornoun [C]

 us   /bʊər/
adjective  us   /ˈbʊr·ɪʃ/
I’m sick of your boorish behavior.
(Definition of boor from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “boor”
in Spanish patán…
in Vietnamese người thô lỗ…
in Malaysian orang yang kasar dan tidak tahu adat…
in Thai คนชั้นต่ำ…
in French butor…
in German der Flegel…
in Chinese (Simplified) 粗鲁无礼的人…
in Indonesian orang kasar, orang yang tak tahu sopan/adat…
in Chinese (Traditional) 粗魯無禮的人…
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“boor” in British English

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