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rough edges

If a piece of work or a performance has rough edges, some parts of it are not of very good quality: He's a great player, but his game still has a few rough edges. If a person has rough edges, they do not always behave well and politely: I knew him before he was successful, and he had a lot of rough edges back then.
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