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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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That CEO was suspended after only 11 months, following a meeting between quangos and the Government in Cardiff, in what must be one of the crassest cases of unfair constructive dismissal possible in the public sector today.
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If you get a chance to watch this film, don't miss it: it is definitely one of the most powerful expositions of imperialist amorality in its crassest state that you can ever come across.
THERE have been many candidates for the crassest political comment in recent times, but Lord Young has hit the front by quoting Mac-Millan's 'never had it so good' words (which were of questionable accuracy at the time).
Meanwhile, a parallel campaign will be waged within the ranks of the Islamic clergy, mixing fine theological points with the crassest appeals to self-interest.
I don't mean just that the Court's use of injury is often non-neutral in the crassest political sense--like when judges, liberal and conservative, simply switch positions, abandoning their traditional colors to suit the day.
Ian Briers' letter on Monday April 20 was just the latest and crassest example of this - his idiotically insensitive comments about asking the 'Luftwaffe to come and do the job again' (the destruction of homes and businesses or just the hundreds of human fatalities, Mr Briers?
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