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crass

 (krăs)
adj. crass·er, crass·est
So crude and unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility.

[Latin crassus, dense.]

crass′i·tude′ (-ĭ-to͞od′, -tyo͞od′), crass′ness n.
crass′ly adv.

crass

(kræs)
adj
stupid; gross
[C16: from Latin crassus thick, dense, gross]
ˈcrassly adv
ˈcrassness, ˈcrassiˌtude n

crass

(kræs)

adj. -er, -est.
without refinement or sensitivity; gross.
[1535–45; < Latin crassus thick]
crass′ly, adv.
crass′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.crass - (of persons) so unrefined as to be lacking in discrimination and sensibility
unrefined - (used of persons and their behavior) not refined; uncouth; "how can a refined girl be drawn to such an unrefined man?"

crass

crass

adjective
Translations
شَديدغَبيواضِح جدا
hloupýhrubýnecitlivývyložený
grovstupidufølsom
karkearöyhkeä
durvavaskos
alger, gróflegurheimskurtilfinningasljór
labai akivaizdusnesupratingasnetaktiškasvisiškai kvailas
muļķīgsnejūtīgspilnīgsredzams
dichtgrofmaterialistischongevoeligonsensibel
vyložený
ahmakahmakçaaptalaptalcaduygusuz

crass

[kræs] ADJ (pej) (= extreme) [stupidity] → extremo; [mistake] → craso; (= coarse) [person, behaviour] → grosero, maleducado; [performance] → malo, desastroso

crass

[ˈkræs] adj [stupidity] → crasse; [insensitivity] → grossier/ière; [commercialism] → grossier/ière; [remark, comment] → grossier/ière

crass

adj (+er) (= stupid, unsubtle)krass; ignorance alsohaarsträubend; (= coarse) behaviourunfein, derb; must you be so crass about it?müssen Sie sich so krass ausdrücken?

crass

[kræs] adjcrasso/a

crass

(krӕs) adjective
1. very obvious or very great. a crass mistake.
2. stupid.
3. insensitive.
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