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Dictionary French English: rough

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ADJ   rough | rougher | roughest
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NOUN   a rough | roughs
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VERB  to rough | roughed | roughed ... 
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SYNO   to rough | to rough in | to rough out ... 
brut {adj} [marbre, granit, pierre]rough
cahoteux {adj} [terrain]rough
grossier {adj} [idée, estimation]rough
sommaire {adj} [description]rough
approximatif {adj}rough [approximate]
revêche {adj} [rude]rough [brusque]
rugueux {adj}rough [coarse]
rêche {adj}rough [hands, fabric]
brutal {adj}rough [harsh]
rude {adj} [étoffe, temps]rough [material, weather]
agité {adj} [mer]rough [sea]
âpre {adj} [vin]rough [wine]
Nouns
sport herbe {f} haute [golf]rough [golf]
2 Words: Others
Tant pis pour qn. !Rough luck!
C'est pas de pot ! [loc.]Rough luck! [coll.]
2 Words: Verbs
faire du camping sauvageto camp rough
dormir à la belle étoileto sleep rough [Br.] [outdoors, no tent]
2 Words: Nouns
matériel barbe {f} [de papier]rough edge [of paper]
aspérités {f.pl}rough edges
naut. grosse mer {f}rough sea
naut. mer {f} agitéerough sea
arts ébauche {f} [sculpture]rough shape
sans-abri {m}rough sleeper [Br.]
sans-abri {f}rough sleeper [Br.] [female]
3 Words: Nouns
constr. pierre {f} grossièrement tailléerough-hewn stone
4 Words: Others
à vue de nez {adv} [fam.] [fig.]at a rough guess [coll.]
4 Words: Verbs
être plouc [fam.] [péj.]to be rough and ready
arts tracer un plan au jugéto draw a rough map
passer par de rudes épreuves [loc.]to have a rough time [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir à affronter des temps difficiles [loc.]to be in for a rough ride [idiom]
entrer dans une mauvaise passe [loc.]to be in for a rough ride [idiom]
anat. râper le gosier [fam.]to be rough on the throat
être un peu secouéto have rather a rough trip
dégrossir qn. [personne]to knock the rough edges off sb. [idiom]
arts dessiner qc. à grands traitsto make a rough sketch of sth.
dégrossir qn. [personne]to smooth the rough edges of sb. [idiom]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
zool. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
ichtyo. T
zool. T
zool. T
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