(adj.) = rude ; churlish ; abusive ; vulgar ; uncouth ; coarse ; gross ; churl ; boorish ; short ; short-tempered ; off-hand [offhand] ; tasteless ; crass ; loutish ; roughshod ; quick-tempered ; ill-tempered ; caddish. Ex: 'That young man was terribly rude'. Ex: 'He's slipping back into a churlish mood', the director said averting his eyes. Ex: Reference supervisors have a responsibility to protect their staff as well as other library users from the unpleasant, abusive behavior of some persons. Ex: This paper is a somewhat whimsical glance backwards, recalling 6 vulgar American parodies of 7 enduring songs. Ex: All the writers chosen characterized eastern Europe throughout the 18th century as uncouth and backward. Ex: The sections of a book were stapled to a coarse cloth backing, but unfortunately the staples soon rusted and became brittle. Ex: Janell has always had a soft spot in her heart for animals most people might find gross. Ex: Then again, who but a churl could fail to grieve at the waste of an artistic life of such immensity and grandeur?. Ex: He says he dislikes Rose way more because she is a big mouth, intolerant, boorish, know-it-all and always talking about her gay life. Ex: He first spotted trouble when she started being short with users and so he solved the problem by scaling back her workload. Ex: A medical doctor had told him that the reason why women have faster pulse beats is because they are short-tempered. Ex: The osteopath was accused of being off-hand with a female patient and not putting her at ease. Ex: Of the hundreds of figurines currently on the market, here are the most bizarrely tasteless. Ex: In these new book, he is still at bay, pursued by the hounds of desire and anxiety in a literary world ever more crass. Ex: London is a teeming haven of loutish boors whose idea of sophistication is to get drunk and tell bawdy gags. Ex: The police were roughshod while interrogating and arresting the two for suspicion of involvement in the fray. Ex: Lawson was a quick-tempered young woman but she also had a good heart and liked to dance when the mood struck her. Ex: Ill-tempered girls were also twice as likely as even-tempered girls to be divorced women at midlife (26% vs. 12%). Ex: He made a very boorish, embarassing, humiliating, inappropriate, caddish toast at their wedding. ---- * lenguage grosero = foul language. * lenguaje grosero = offensive language ; rude language ; crude language. * ser grosero con = be abusive of.