EN coarse
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{adjective}

1. general

coarse (also: abrupt, acerbic, harsh, rasping)
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áspero {adj. m}
coarse (also: rustic)
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rústico {adj. m}
coarse (also: rough, rude)
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ruda {adj. f}
coarse (also: rough, rude)
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rudo {adj. m}
coarse (also: barefaced, churlish, crude, loutish)
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grosero {adj. m}
coarse (also: clunky, rough)
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tosco {adj. m}
coarse (also: original, primal, primeval, primitive)
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primitivo {adj. m}
coarse (also: rude, suburban)
coarse (also: rude)
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zafio {adj. m}
coarse (also: rough)
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tosca {adj. f}
coarse (also: rough)
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cazurro {adj.} (tosco)
coarse (also: tasteless)
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chabacano {adj.} (chiste, cuento)
coarse (also: crude)
coarse
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folklórico {adj.} [Chile] [coll.] (ordinario)
coarse
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lépero {adj.} [Mex.]
coarse (also: rough)
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macuache {adj.} [Mex.] [coll.]
coarse (also: basic)
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ramplón {adj.} [pej.]
coarse (also: crude, rude, gross, objectionable)
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soez {adj.}
coarse
coarse
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vulgar {adj.} (poco refinado)
coarse
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montaraz {adj.} (tosco)

2. "cloth"

coarse (also: common, ordinary, cheapjack, cheapo)
coarse (also: crass, crude, poor, uncouth)
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burdo {adj.}
Apart from a few rather coarse, ignorant contributions from my opponent, what has been said has been very sensible.
Se han dicho muchas cosas sensatas, exceptuando algunas aseveraciones burdas e infundadas de mi interlocutor.

3. "person"

coarse (also: crude, vulgar)
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basto {adj. m} [pej.]

4. "sand, filter, mesh"

coarse (also: stout, bulky, chunky, fat)
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grueso {adj.}
It has been able to make use of good levels of coarse fodder productivity in areas that are infertile, for example.
Ha permitido hacer uso de buenos niveles de productividad de forraje grueso en áreas que son infértiles, por ejemplo.
Whole grain foods contain either intact, flaked or broken grain kernels, coarsely ground kernels or flour that is made from whole grains (whole-meal flour).
Los alimentos integrales contienen granos intactos, agrietados o descascarados, granos molidos gruesos o harina elaborada con granos integrales (harina integral).

5. "manners"

coarse (also: common, ordinary, cheapjack, cheapo)

6. "language, joke"

coarse (also: common, ordinary, cheapjack, cheapo)

Synonyms (English) for "coarse":

coarse

Context sentences for "coarse" in Spanish

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EnglishTherefore, around the year 1243 John put on the Franciscan coarse woolen cloth and took the name Bonaventure.
Por tanto, en torno al año 1243 Giovanni vistió el sayal franciscano y asumió el nombre de Buenaventura.
EnglishApart from a few rather coarse, ignorant contributions from my opponent, what has been said has been very sensible.
Se han dicho muchas cosas sensatas, exceptuando algunas aseveraciones burdas e infundadas de mi interlocutor.
EnglishAuthors such as Chris De Stoop have shown us the coarse reality of human trafficking and forced prostitution.
Autores como Chris De Stoop nos han mostrado la dura realidad de la trata de seres humanos y la prostitución forzada.