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rude

(ro͞od)
adj. rud·er, rud·est
1. Ill-mannered, discourteous, or insulting: was offended by his rude behavior.
2.
a. Undeveloped or uncivilized; primitive: a rude and savage land.
b. Crude, unfinished, or made with limited skill: a rude thatched hut.
c. In a natural, raw state: bales of rude cotton.
3. Unpleasantly forceful or harsh: faced rude winds; received a rude shock.
4. Chiefly British Vigorous or robust: in rude health.
5. Archaic Lacking education or refinement: "They were so rude and ignorant ... that very little could be learned from them" (Samuel Johnson).

[Middle English, from Old French, unrefined, harsh, from Latin rudis, in a natural state, crude, ignorant; possibly akin to rūdus, rubble; see ruderal.]

rude′ly adv.
rude′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.rudely - in an impolite manner; "he treated her impolitely"
Translations
بِوَقاحَه
hrubě
groft
gorombán
ruddalega
grobo
kabacaterbiyesizce

rudely

[ˈruːdlɪ] ADV
1. (= impolitely) [say, interrupt, stare] → groseramente; [push] → bruscamente
before I was so rudely interruptedantes de que me interrumpieran tan groseramente or de forma tan grosera
2. (= crudely) [carved, shaped] → toscamente, de forma rudimentaria
3. (= unexpectedly) → bruscamente
she was rudely awakenedla despertaron bruscamente (fig) → le dieron una sorpresa muy desagradable

rudely

[ˈruːdli] adv
(= impolitely) → grossièrement
As I was saying before I was so rudely interrupted → Comme je le disais avant d'être si grossièrement interrompu
to be rudely awakened (= get a shock) → revenir brutalement sur terre

rudely

adv
(= impolitely)unhöflich; (stronger) → unverschämt; (= roughly, uncouthly)grob; pushrüde; before I was so rudely interruptedbevor ich so unhöflich unterbrochen wurde
(= obscenely)unanständig
(= harshly) awaken, remind, shatterunsanft
(liter, = crudely, primitively) → grob

rudely

[ˈruːdlɪ] adv
a. (impolitely) → villanamente, maleducatamente; (indecently) → indecentemente, volgarmente
b. to be rudely awoken (fig) → tornare bruscamente alla realtà

rude

(ruːd) adjective
1. not polite; showing bad manners. rude behaviour.
2. vulgar; indecent. rude pictures.
ˈrudely adverb
ˈrudeness noun
References in classic literature ?
With this significant remark the Supreme Gobbler left him, and thenceforward the Pious Person dreamed of himself as white meat and dark until rudely awakened by decapitation.
I can see them now, exactly as they looked, working about the table in the lamplight: Jake with his heavy features, so rudely moulded that his face seemed, somehow, unfinished; Otto with his half-ear and the savage scar that made his upper lip curl so ferociously under his twisted moustache.
I was so ashamed of my folly, when I thought of the past--so completely discouraged, so rudely shaken in my confidence in myself, when I thought of the future, that, for once in a way, I accepted sensible advice when it was offered to me.
So, almost every twenty-four hours, when the watches of the night were set, and the band on deck sentinelled the slumbers of the band below; and when if a rope was to be hauled upon the forecastle, the sailors flung it not rudely down, as by day, but with some cautiousness dropt it to its place, for fear of disturbing their slumbering shipmates; when this sort of steady quietude would begin to prevail, habitually, the silent steersman would watch the cabin-scuttle; and ere long the old man would emerge, griping at the iron banister, to help his crippled way.
After the birth of little Harry, however, she had gradually become tranquillized and settled; and every bleeding tie and throbbing nerve, once more entwined with that little life, seemed to become sound and healthful, and Eliza was a happy woman up to the time that her husband was rudely torn from his kind employer, and brought under the iron sway of his legal owner.
These--whatever they were--were of massive grey stone, probably limestone rudely cut--if indeed they were not shaped naturally.
The noncommissioned officer frowned and, muttering words of abuse, advanced his horse's chest against Balashev, put his hand to his saber, and shouted rudely at the Russian general, asking: was he deaf that he did not do as he was told?
It had been rudely made, in the beginning, to saw logs upon, so that its body was a short length of a log, and its legs were stout branches fitted into four holes made in the body.
The inner walls of the church were placarded with large mural tablets of copper, bearing engraved inscriptions celebrating the merits of old Heilbronn worthies of two or three centuries ago, and also bearing rudely painted effigies of themselves and their families tricked out in the queer costumes of those days.
Some were living in tents of sailcloth, some in shanties rudely constructed of boards, some in huts of stone or turf with curious windows and doors of basket-work.
Mazarin behaved still more rudely to him, but Colbert, still impassible, having obtained a certainty that the letter was the true one, went off as if he had been deaf.
By the assistance of some rudely constructed machinery, the heavily laden basket was now carefully lowered down among the multitude; and, from the giddy pinnacle, the Romans were seen gathering confusedly round it; but owing to the vast height and the prevalence of a fog, no distinct view of their operations could be obtained.