rough out


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rough out

vb (tr, adverb)
1. See rough33
2. (General Engineering) engineering to machine (a workpiece, such as a casting or forging) with heavy cuts leaving a rough surface to be finished
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rough out - prepare in preliminary or sketchy form
prepare - to prepare verbally, either for written or spoken delivery; "prepare a report"; "prepare a speech"
Translations
يَشْرَحُ أو يُفَسِّرُ بصورَةٍ عامَّه
načrtnout
skitsere
útskÿra/teikna í grófum dráttum
kabataslak yapmak

w>rough out

vt sep plan, drawinggrob entwerfen

rough

(raf) adjective
1. not smooth. Her skin felt rough.
2. uneven. a rough path.
3. harsh; unpleasant. a rough voice; She's had a rough time since her husband died.
4. noisy and violent. rough behaviour.
5. stormy. The sea was rough; rough weather.
6. not complete or exact; approximate. a rough drawing; a rough idea/estimate.
noun
1. a violent bully. a gang of roughs.
2. uneven or uncultivated ground on a golf course. I lost my ball in the rough.
ˈroughly adverb
ˈroughness noun
ˈroughage (-fidʒ) noun
substances in food, eg bran or fibre, which help digestion.
ˈroughen verb
to make or become rough. The sea roughened as the wind rose.
rough diamond
a person of fine character but rough manners.
ˌrough-and-ˈready adjective
1. not carefully made or finished, but good enough. a rough-and-ready meal.
2. (of people) friendly enough but without politeness etc.
ˌrough-and-ˈtumble noun
friendly fighting between children etc.
rough it
to live for a period of time without the comforts or conveniences of modern life. They roughed it in the jungles for two months.
rough out
to draw or explain roughly. I roughed out a diagram; He roughed out his plan.
References in periodicals archive ?
ITW makes various chucking jaws that have lots of wings on them, and for Briggs it would be nice to be able to rough out the geometry quickly.
When they rough out geometry at high feedrates, the tools will start to vibrate, and at that point, they are forced to reduce the speeds and feeds to machine the part smoothly without the added stress on the tool and the control itself.