yobbish


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yobbish

(ˈjɒbɪʃ)
adj
(Sociology) slang Brit typical of aggressive surly youths; vulgar or unrefined
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yobbish

[ˈjɒbɪʃ] ADJ (Brit) [behaviour] → de gamberro; [person] → salvaje, incívico
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yobbish

[ˈjɒbɪʃ] adj (British) (= loutish) [behaviour] → de voyou
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yobbish

adj (Brit inf) behaviour, personrowdyhaft; yobbish mentalityHalbstarken- or Rowdymentalität f
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The boy, known as BE in the report, was injured in 2016 and his yobbish dad later jailed for four years for grievous bodily harm.
Speaking to The Sun, various holidaymakers branded the guests as "yobbish" and that they were "ruining other people's holidays."
DEREK ADAMS won't quit as Plymouth boss despite suffering abuse from "yobbish" supporters.
Kirklees Magistrates' Court in Huddersfield was told that his Sattar's yobbish behaviour outside his Oakes home had escalated in the last year.
POLICE have warned of the dangers of swimming in lakes, rivers and canals after two reckless and yobbish men went swimming at a historic aqueduct.
Although such is the right-wing demonising of trade union leaders, sorry dinosaur militants, you'd be forgiven for viewing Crow as nothing more than a g fat, yobbish enemy of the people.
HOW long is yobbish student behaviour to be condoned because of their age?
Judge Marten Coates told Mr Harrington: "If you or I had been at another table, we might have felt intimidated and wanted to know why this man was spoiling our night out with his yobbish behaviour."
The speedier procedures will be triggered by a tenant's previous history of yobbish behaviour.
FAMILIES united against yobbish behaviour in part of Coventry have welcomed a new support office which has opened on their doorstep.
Since then Lady Newlove, who lived with Mr Newlove and their three children in Warrington, has campaigned against yobbish behaviour.
COMPLAINTS about yobbish behaviour have fallen by 26% in the past year, police have revealed.