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grosero {adjective}

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1. general
Se trata de opiniones muy generalizadoras, violentas y groseras.
These are rather general, rather violent, and rather boorish opinions.
Parece ser que, cuando se celebran grandes debates sobre el papel y la posición de las mujeres en la vida política, el comportamiento grosero suele acabar imponiéndose a la galantería.
It still seems to be the case that, when big debates are taking place on the role and position of women in political life, boorish behaviour very often still gets the better of courteousness.
grosero (also: basto)
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broad {adj.} (slightly indecent)
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crass {adj.} (stupid, coarse)
Lo que estamos presenciando hoy es un oportunismo de lo más grosero y despreciable.
What we are really witnessing today is opportunism of the most crass and basest order.
It would be a crass mistake to think that it did.
Espero que el grosero discurso del Presidente Nujoma, de Namibia, en Johanesburgo el mismo día no tenga consecuencias políticas en la propia Namibia.
I hope that the crass speech by Namibia's President Nujoma in Johannesburg on the same day will not have any political consequences in Namibia itself.
grosero (also: ordinario)
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foul {adj.} (obscene)
grosero (also: ordinario, basto, soez)
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gross {adj.} (vulgar)
Señorías, se trata de una grosera deformación de los ideales feministas.
Ladies and gentlemen, this is a gross corruption of feminist ideals.
Señora Presidenta, este incidente es una de las más graves y groseras violaciones del diálogo interinstitucional.
Madam President, this incident is one of the most serious and gross violations of inter-institutional dialogue.
De lo contrario, los Gobiernos de la Unión Europea, como el Gobierno del Reino Unido, podrían ser acusados, con razón, de grosera hipocresía.
Otherwise EU governments like the UK Government can quite rightly be accused of gross hypocrisy.
grosero
he was most unpleasant
grosero
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vulgar {adj.} (ill-mannered, coarse)
un término despectivo, cuando no grosero
a derogatory, or even, vulgar term
she made a vulgar gesture
2. "descortés"

Context sentences for "grosero" in English

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SpanishLo que estamos presenciando hoy es un oportunismo de lo más grosero y despreciable.
What we are really witnessing today is opportunism of the most crass and basest order.
SpanishComo usted ha dicho, señor Presidente, no quiere ser grosero.
As you said, Mr Chair, you would not like to be rude.
Spanishel hecho de que sea famoso no le da derecho a ser grosero
just because he's famous doesn't mean he can be rude
Spanishpuede que sea grosero pero tiene muchas otras cosas buenas
he may be rude but there is a lot of good in him
Spanishtienes que pedirle perdón por haber sido tan grosero
you must apologize to her for being so rude
Spanish¡no estuvo descortés sino de lo más grosero!
he wasn't so much impolite as downright rude!
Spanishmás que grosero estuvo frío y antipático
he wasn't so much rude as cold and unfriendly
SpanishPensarlo sería un error grosero.
It would be a crass mistake to think that it did.
Spanishno estuvo grosero contigo — sí, lo estuvo
Spanisheso no le da derecho a ser tan grosero
that doesn't entitle him to be so rude
Spanishun término despectivo, cuando no grosero
Spanish¿había necesidad de ser tan grosero?
was it really necessary to be so rude?
Spanishno seas grosero con tu abuela
SpanishNo quiero ser grosero, pero, de veras, tiene usted el carisma de una bayeta y la apariencia de un empleado bancario de bajo nivel.
I do not want to be rude, but you know, really, you have the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of a low-grade bank clerk.
Spanishno soy grosero — sí que lo eres
Spanish¡no seas tan grosero, caramba!
Spanish¿hay necesidad de ser tan grosero?
Spanishno tenía por qué ser grosero
Spanishfue sumamente grosero
Spanishestuvo de lo más grosero