Definition of rude
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impoliteinsulting, cheeky, abrupt, short, blunt, abusive, curt, churlish, disrespectful, brusque, offhand, impertinent, insolent, inconsiderate, peremptory, impudent, discourteous, uncivil, unmannerly, ill-mannered
uncivilizedlow, rough, savage, ignorant, coarse, illiterate, uneducated, brutish, barbarous, scurrilous, boorish, uncouth, unrefined, loutish, untutored, graceless, ungracious, unpolished, oafish, uncultured
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Translations for 'rude'
- British English: rude /ruːd/ ADJECTIVE
If someone is rude, they behave in a way that is not polite.He's rude to her friends.
- Arabic: وَقِح
- Brazilian Portuguese: grosseiro grosseira
- Chinese: 粗鲁的
- Croatian: nepristojan nepristojna
- Czech: sprostý
- Danish: uforskammet
- Dutch: ongemanierd
- European Spanish: maleducado maleducada
- Finnish: epäkohtelias
- French: grossier grossièreimpoli
- German: unverschämt
- Greek: αγενής
- Italian: maleducato maleducata
- Japanese: 失礼な
- Korean: 무례한
- Norwegian: uhøflig
- Polish: nieuprzejmy nieuprzejma
- Portuguese: rude
- Romanian: nepoliticos nepoliticos, nepoliticoasă, nepoliticoși, nepoliticoase
- Russian: грубый грубая
- Spanish: maleducado maleducada
- Swedish: oartig oartigt
- Thai: หยาบคาย
- Turkish: kaba davranış
- Ukrainian: грубий
- Vietnamese: bất lịch sự
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