English translation of 'burdo'
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Bajo qué burdo cortinaje se escondían sus vivarachos ojos de otrora?La higuera seca
Con frecuencia, el escritor repite que las páginas históricas que contempla parecen inspirarse en pliegos de aleluyas o en romances de ciego, tan burdo y bajo es su dibujo.Galdós
El montaje es tan burdo y está tan mal hecho que parece una broma ".El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
En Los chicos de Hillside se usa habitualmente un lenguaje burdo , con tacos y palabras malsonantes.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1994)
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'burdo' in Other Languages
British English: crude /kruːd/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is crude is simple and not sophisticated.
It's a crude way of dealing with the problem but it's the only way we know how.
- American English: crude
- Arabic: فَظّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: bruto
- Chinese: 简陋的
- Croatian: grub
- Czech: primitivní
- Danish: grov
- Dutch: ruw
- European Spanish: burdo
- Finnish: karkea
- French: brut
- German: primitiv
- Greek: ακατέργαστος
- Italian: grezzo
- Japanese: 粗雑な
- Korean: 천연 그대로의
- Norwegian: rå
- Polish: surowy szorstki
- European Portuguese: bruto
- Romanian: simplu
- Russian: грубый
- Spanish: burdo
- Swedish: grov ohyfsad
- Thai: หยาบ
- Turkish: kaba iş vb
- Ukrainian: грубий
- Vietnamese: thô
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