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rude

adjective
 
 
/ruːd/
OFFENSIVE B1 behaving in a way which is not polite and upsets other people
kaba, nezaketsiz, saygısız
a rude remark He complained that a member of staff had been rude to him. [+ to do sth] It would be rude to leave without saying goodbye.Rude and cheekyRelating to sex and sexual desire
SEXUAL/TOILET Rude words or jokes relate to sex or going to the toilet.
edepsiz, açık saçık, ayıp
Relating to sex and sexual desireRude and cheeky
rudely adverb
kaba bir şekilde
rudeness noun [U]
kabalık
→  See also a rude awakening
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