English translation of 'रूखा'
1. abrupt adjective
Someone who is abrupt is rather rude and unfriendly.
2. bleak adjective
If someone looks or sounds bleak, they seem depressed or unfriendly.
Julian's face took on a bleak look.
3. brusque adjective
If you describe a person as brusque, you mean that they deal with people quickly and abruptly, without showing much consideration for their feelings.
The doctors are brusque and busy.
4. coarse adjective
A coarse person talks and behaves in a rude and offensive way.
5. cool adjective
If you say that a person or their behaviour is cool, you mean that they are unfriendly or lack enthusiasm.
6. curt adjective
If someone is curt, they speak in a brief and rather rude way.
'There is nothing more to say,' was the curt reply.
7. distant adjective after link verb
If you describe someone as distant, you find them emotionally detached and unfriendly.
8. dour adjective
Someone who is dour has a severe and unfriendly manner.
9. frosty adjective
If you describe someone's behaviour as frosty, you think it is unfriendly.
He gave Sam a frosty look.
10. hoarse adjective
If you are hoarse, your voice sounds rough and unclear, for example because your throat is sore.
11. rough adjective
You say that people are rough when they use too much force.
12. sour adjective
If you say that someone is sour, you think they are bad-tempered and unfriendly.
He gave Lane a sour look.
13. terse adjective
A terse comment or statement is brief and unfriendly.
14. unfriendly adjective
If you describe someone as unfriendly, you mean that they behave in an unkind or hostile way.
The staff in the café are slow and unfriendly.
15. unkind adjective
If someone is unkind, they behave in an unpleasant, unfriendly, or slightly cruel way.
I think it's very unkind of you to make up stories about him.
16. unpleasant adjective
An unpleasant person is unfriendly and rude.
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Translation of रूखा from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary