rough trade


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rough trade

n. Slang
1. Violent, often brutal sex acts.
2. A person, especially a male prostitute, who engages in or appears likely to engage in such acts.

rough trade

n
slang (in homosexual use) a tough or violent sexual partner, esp a lorry driver, construction worker, or docker, casually picked up
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Head over to Nottingham's Rough Trade on Tuesday, September 3, where you'll find him in conversation, playing a live acoustic set and signing albums.
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Politics has always been a rough trade, but where important decisions have been taken and negotiations are taking place, it is in all our interests to present a united front.
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at Rough Trade, Geoff Travis; singer and writer Tracey Thorn; musician Eliza Carthy; musician and former singer and guitarist of Sonic Youth, Thurston Moore; and Jane Beese, head of music at the Roundhouse.
Of course politics is a rough trade and all Prime Ministers have their critics but as a proud Yorkshire man and Merseyside MP - he jokingly took credit for the Beatles - he has a lasting legacy of good times in the 1960s with the "white hot heat of technology" and, above all, that splendid achievement the Open University.
Her first big success was in 2001 when her eponymous solo album released on Rough Trade went on to scoop two BBC Folk Awards among a hoard of other accolades.
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