简明英汉词典

coarse
[kC:s]
adj.
粗糙的, 粗鄙的

美国传统词典[双解]

coarse
coarse
AHD:[k?rs, k?rs]
D.J.[k%8rs, kours]
K.K.[k%rs, kors]
adj.(形容词)
coars.ercoars.est

(1)

Of low, common, or inferior quality.
低质量的:低的、普通的或劣等的质量的

(2)

Lacking in delicacy or refinement:
不细致的:缺乏精致或细致的:
coarse manners.
粗俗的习惯

(3)

Vulgar or indecent:
粗俗的:庸俗的或下流的:
coarse language.
猥亵的语言

(4)

Consisting of large particles; not fine in texture:
质地粗糙的:有大颗粒的,构造上不精细的:
coarse sand.
粗糙的沙子

(5)

Rough, especially to the touch:
手感粗糙的:粗糙的,尤指在触角上:
a coarse tweed.
粗花呢

语源

(1)

Middle English cors
中古英语 cors

(2)

probably from course [custom] * see course
可能源自 course [习惯] *参见 course

继承用法

coarsely
adv.(副词)

coarseness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

coarsegrossindelicatevulgarobsceneribald

(2)

These adjectives apply to what is offensive to accepted standards of decency, propriety, morality, or good taste.
这些形容词用于令人不快地接受礼貌、规矩、道德或好品位的标准。

(3)

Coarse implies roughness and crudeness:
Coarse 意指粗陋的和粗鲁的:
A stand-up comedian performed a coarse imitation of the President.
滑稽说笑的喜剧演员粗劣地模仿总统。

(4)

Gross suggests a lack of refinement verging on brutishness:
Gross 暗示缺乏文雅,近于野蛮:
“It is futile to expect a hungry and squalid population to be anything but violent and gross” (Thomas H. Huxley).
“期望饥锇和贫穷的居民不狂暴和粗野是无用的” (托马斯H.赫克斯利)。

(5)

Indelicate implies a lack of delicacy, tact, or taste:
Indelicate 意指缺乏雅致、得体或大方:
She bridled at the indelicate suggestion.
她对不得体的暗示发怒了。

(6)

Vulgar emphasizes impropriety and suggests boorishness and poor breeding:
Vulgar 强调不合适的举止、粗鲁和缺乏教养地暗示:
The movie is full of language so vulgar it should have been edited.
电影充满着粗俗的语言,应予剪辑。

(7)

Obscene strongly stresses loathsome lewdness and indecency:
Obscene 强烈强调讨厌的淫荡和下流:
The book is racy rather than obscene.
那本书与其说是猥亵的,倒不如说是活泼地。

(8)

Ribald implies vulgar, coarse, off-color language or behavior that provokes mirth:
Ribald 意指粗俗的、粗鲁的、缺乏生动的语言或举止令人可笑的:
“Peals of laughter were mingled with loud ribald jokes” (Washington Irving).
“一连串的大笑声掺杂着大声的下流笑话” (华盛顿·欧文)

现代英汉词典

coarse
[kC:s]
adj.

(1)

粗的;粗糙的;未精炼的

(2)

(表面)不光滑的;粗织的
coarse cloth
粗织的布

(3)

粗鲁的;鲁莽的;不礼貌的
coarse talk
粗鲁的谈话

现代英汉综合大辞典

coarse
[kC:s]
adj.

(1)

粗(糙)的

(2)

粗略的, 劣等的, 不精确的

(3)

低级的

(4)

粗鲁[暴, 俗]的

(5)

猥亵的, 下流的

(6)

粗声粗气的, 沙声的

(7)

不愉快的

(8)

粗粒的, 原生的

(9)

未加工的
coarse fare
粗食
coarse cloth
粗布
coarse manners
粗鲁的态度[举止]
coarse pored
大孔状[隙]的
a coarse joke
粗俗的笑话

词性变化

coarse
[kC:s]
n.
(纱条)粗节, 粗段

继承用法

coarse-crystaline
adj.
粗晶的

coarse-fibred
adj.
粗纤维的; 粗鲁的

coarse-grain
n.
粗晶; (砂轮的)粗粒, 大粒度; 粗纹(木材)

coarsely
adv.

coarseness
n.

参考词汇
coarse     gross     vulgar    
都含“粗鲁的”、“不雅的”意思。
coarse 指“言语、举止等粗鲁的或不雅的”, 如:Don't use coarse words before a lady. 在妇女前不要讲粗鲁的话。gross 指“粗野的”、“下流的”, 如:a revoltingly gross expletive 下流得令人作呕的一个虚词。 vulgar 指“粗俗的”、“卑下的”、“庸俗的”, 表示说话者对述及者的态度或意见, 如:He is a man of vulgar taste. 他是个有低级趣味的人。
refined    

用法词典

coarse
来自cors, corse 事件的习惯次序

英文相关词典

coarse
bumpy    choppy    common    crude    inferior    poor    rough    vulgar    delicate    fine    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

coarse
粗;粗鲁

[七国语言]英汉矿业大词典

coarse
粗粒的

美国传统词典

coarse
coarse
AHD:[k?rs, k?rs]
D.J.[k%8rs, kours]
K.K.[k%rs, kors]
adj.
coars.er, coars.est

(1)

Of low, common, or inferior quality.

(2)

Lacking in delicacy or refinement:
coarse manners.

(3)

Vulgar or indecent:
coarse language.

(4)

Consisting of large particles; not fine in texture:
coarse sand.

(5)

Rough, especially to the touch:
a coarse tweed.

语源

(1)

Middle English cors

(2)

probably from course [custom] * see course

继承用法

coarsely
adv.

coarseness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

coarse, gross, indelicate, vulgar, obscene, ribald

(2)

These adjectives apply to what is offensive to accepted standards of decency, propriety, morality, or good taste.

(3)

Coarse implies roughness and crudeness:
A stand-up comedian performed a coarse imitation of the President.

(4)

Gross suggests a lack of refinement verging on brutishness:
“It is futile to expect a hungry and squalid population to be anything but violent and gross” (Thomas H. Huxley).

(5)

Indelicate implies a lack of delicacy, tact, or taste:
She bridled at the indelicate suggestion.

(6)

Vulgar emphasizes impropriety and suggests boorishness and poor breeding:
The movie is full of language so vulgar it should have been edited.

(7)

Obscene strongly stresses loathsome lewdness and indecency:
The book is racy rather than obscene.

(8)

Ribald implies vulgar, coarse, off-color language or behavior that provokes mirth:
“Peals of laughter were mingled with loud ribald jokes” (Washington Irving).

英汉电力大词典

coarse
n.粗糙的,粗粒的

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

coarse
【修】粗(糙,略),近似

英汉电信大词典

coarse
n.钝的,粗的

英汉地质大词典

coarse
n.粗粒的,粗糙的

英汉纺织大词典

coarse
n.粗段

英汉化学大词典

coarse
adj.粗糙的,粗的,下等的

英汉海运大词典

coarse
粗糙的近似的

基本词义

coarse
粗粗(海底)粗糙的

基本词义

coarse
粗糙的,粗的粗(调)粗(底质)

基本词义

coarse
粗糙的,粗的,未加工的近似的

英汉计算机大词典

coarse
adj.粗糙的(粗粒的,粗略的

英汉机械大词典

coarse
n.粗糙的,粗的

英汉建筑大词典

coarse
adj.粗的

英汉农牧林大词典

coarse
n.粗粒粉,粗粒的,粗糙的

英汉汽车大词典

coarse
n.粗的,粗略的,大的

英汉水利大词典

coarse
n.粗糙的,粗粒的,近似的

英汉冶金大词典

coarse
n.粗的,未加工的

英汉医学大词典

coarse
n.粗糙的,粗的

英汉中医大词典

coarse
n.粗的,粗糙的,粗糙的,粗的

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