vulgar


vulgar
adj.
1 vulgar (no refinado).
2 ordinary, common.
3 non-technical, lay.
4 gross, tacky, cheaply vulgar, crass.
f. & m.
vulgar person, rough person, coarse person, coarse individual.
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vulgar
adjetivo
1 (grosero) vulgar, coarse, common
lenguaje vulgar coarse language
2 (general) common, general
3 (banal) banal, ordinary; (idea) commonplace
4 (no técnico) lay
término vulgar lay term
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adj.
1) common
2) vulgar
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ADJ
1) (=no refinado) [lengua, gusto, vestido] vulgar; [modales, rasgos] coarse
2) (=común, corriente) [persona, físico] ordinary, common; [suceso, vida] ordinary, everyday

vulgar y corriente — ordinary

el hombre vulgar — the ordinary man, the common man

3) (=no técnico) common

"glóbulo blanco" es el nombre vulgar del leucocito — "white blood cell" is the common name for leucocyte

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adjetivo
a) (corriente, común) common

un vulgar resfríado — a common cold

vulgar y corriente — ordinary

b) (poco refinado) vulgar, coarse
c) (no técnico) common, popular
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= vulgar, uncouth, boorish, tasteless, crass [crasser -comp., crassest -sup.].
Ex. This paper is a somewhat whimsical glance backwards, recalling 6 vulgar American parodies of 7 enduring songs.
Ex. All the writers chosen characterized eastern Europe throughout the 18th century as uncouth and backward.
Ex. He says he dislikes Rose way more because she is a big mouth, intolerant, boorish, know-it-all and always talking about her gay life.
Ex. Of the hundreds of figurines currently on the market, here are the most bizarrely tasteless.
Ex. In these new book, he is still at bay, pursued by the hounds of desire and anxiety in a literary world ever more crass.
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* latín vulgar = Vulgar Latin.
* lenguaje vulgar = adult language, vulgar language.
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adjetivo
a) (corriente, común) common

un vulgar resfríado — a common cold

vulgar y corriente — ordinary

b) (poco refinado) vulgar, coarse
c) (no técnico) common, popular
* * *
= vulgar, uncouth, boorish, tasteless, crass [crasser -comp., crassest -sup.].

Ex: This paper is a somewhat whimsical glance backwards, recalling 6 vulgar American parodies of 7 enduring songs.

Ex: All the writers chosen characterized eastern Europe throughout the 18th century as uncouth and backward.
Ex: He says he dislikes Rose way more because she is a big mouth, intolerant, boorish, know-it-all and always talking about her gay life.
Ex: Of the hundreds of figurines currently on the market, here are the most bizarrely tasteless.
Ex: In these new book, he is still at bay, pursued by the hounds of desire and anxiety in a literary world ever more crass.
* latín vulgar = Vulgar Latin.
* lenguaje vulgar = adult language, vulgar language.

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vulgar
adjective
1 (corriente, común) common
no es más que un vulgar resfrío it's just a common cold
vulgar y corriente ordinary
se las da de ejecutivo pero tiene un empleíto vulgar y corriente he makes out that he's some sort of executive but in fact he just has an ordinary o a run-of-the-mill job
2 (poco refinado) vulgar, coarse, common (pej)
3 (no técnico) common, popular
¿cuál es el nombre vulgar de esta planta? what's the common o popular name for this plant?
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vulgar adjetivo
a) (corriente, común) common;

un vulgar resfriado a common cold

b) (poco refinado) vulgar, coarse

c) (no técnico) common, popular

vulgar adjetivo
1 (corriente, común) common
2 (falto de elegancia) vulgar
'vulgar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acojonante
- arrabalera
- arrabalero
- basta
- basto
- bola
- boluda
- boludo
- bombo
- cabrón
- cabrona
- cabronada
- cacha
- cagar
- cagalera
- cagarse
- calentar
- calenturienta
- calenturiento
- caliente
- coger
- cojón
- cojonuda
- cojonudo
- coñazo
- concha
- coño
- correrse
- despelotarse
- despelote
- escoñarse
- escupitajo
- follar
- hembra
- hijo
- hortera
- hostia
- huevo
- huevón
- huevona
- joder
- joderse
- jodida
- jodido
- leche
- lote
- magrear
- mano
- mear
- mierda
English:
arse
- ass
- ball
- bitch
- bloody
- bollocks
- bonk
- bugger
- bullshit
- clap
- common
- cunt
- dork
- fanny
- fart
- fuck
- fucking
- gob
- hell
- lay
- prick
- screw
- shit
- slag
- smart arse
- smart ass
- smartarse
- sod
- son
- stick
- stuff
- tit
- toss
- vulgar
- wank
- wanker
- cheap
- crude
- garden
- indelicate
- rude
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vulgar adj
1. [no refinado] vulgar, common
2. [corriente, común] ordinary, common;
Comp
vulgar y corriente common or garden
3. [lenguaje] vernacular, vulgar;
el latín vulgar vulgar Latin
4. [no técnico] non-technical, lay;
sólo conozco el nombre vulgar de estas plantas I only know the common name of these plants
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vulgar
adj vulgar, common; abundante common
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vulgar adj
1) : common
2) : vulgar
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vulgar adj (ordinario) vulgar / rude
hablar con la boca llena es vulgar it's rude to speak with your mouth full

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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