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Translation of "rough" - English-Turkish dictionary

rough

adjective     /rʌf/
NOT SMOOTH
B1 A rough surface is not smooth. pürüzlü, pütürlü, engebeli rough hands rough groundRough, irregular and uneven
APPROXIMATE
B1 approximate kabaca, yaklaşık, şöyle böyle, takribi, aşağı yukarı a rough estimate Can you give me a rough idea of the cost?Approximate
FORCEFUL
B2 If the sea or weather is rough, there is a lot of strong wind and sometimes rain. (deniz, hava) sert, rüzgarlı, kaba dalgalı, fırtınalı The boat sank in rough seas off the Swedish coast.Stormy weatherWind and windsDescribing bad weather
ILL [never before noun] UK
ill keyifsiz, rahatsız, bozuk, pek iyi hissetmeyen I feel a bit rough after last night.Not fit and healthyThin or slender (of people)
DIFFICULT
B2 difficult or unpleasant güç, çetin, sıkıntılı zor, nahoş She's having a rough time at work.Difficult things and peoplePreventing and impeding
DANGEROUS
dangerous or violent tehlikeli ve şiddetli; riskli a rough part of town Hockey can be quite a rough game.Violent or aggressiveUnkind, cruel and unfeelingTreating people or animals badly
NOT PERFECT
quickly done and not perfect kaba saba yapılmış, derme çatma yapılmış These are just rough sketches.Crude and basic
roughness noun [U]
sert ve pürüzlü olması, tehlikeli, kaba saba
(Definition of rough adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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