مبتذل, سوقي, بذيء, شعبي, فاحش, عامي, خشن, مألوف
- مبتذلvulgarervulgarestتعبير من كلام السوقةبذاءات
Adjective(1) lacking refinement or cultivation or taste(2) of or associated with the great masses of people(3) being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language(4) conspicuously and tastelessly indecent
(1) She was besieged by vulgar and offensive propositions, her home was stalked and her work life affected by obscene callers.(2) For example, in Japan fifty years ago it was considered vulgar to swim in a swimming suit but now bikinis are the norm.(3) There is some truth to this image, which reflects a popular sense that wealth is vulgar .(4) At its mildest, the consequence is vulgar language and rude behavior that diminish the quality of our day-to-day public interactions.(5) It's almost as common and vulgar as chewing gum while you're serving customers.(6) His reputation is based upon offerings that are simply offensive and vulgar graffiti, lacking in humor, without wit, and devoid of intelligent satire.(7) Once vulgar words are commonplace in the papers and the television, there's no going back - and public life just gets cruder and cruder.(8) I brace myself for something offensive or vulgar or just inane enough to cause me to stifle a laugh.(9) Basically, we advocate discussions within the framework of the law and discourage rumors, abuse and vulgar , offensive stuff.(10) The most likely explanation, however, is that Nushu derives from a simplification of vulgar forms of Chinese characters used in handwriting.(11) Political correctness has certainly not hindered my ability to be vulgar or offensive.(12) Sexually explicit scenes and vulgar language are sliced off to make the feature films more palatable to all age groups.(13) I find the Metropolis vulgar , myself, but my business requires me to live here.(14) Quite apart from the serious ethical questions surrounding the killing of animals for their fur, mink fell out of favour as it became associated with the vulgar side of wealth.(15) The Ipswich Express said his sermons were ├ö├ç├┐Redolent of bad taste, vulgar , and theatrical.├ö├ç├û(16) However, as I was reading the March / April 2003 issue I was surprised and disappointed at the appearance of vulgar language and explicit references.
(1) vulgar language :: لغة بذيئة
1. rude ::
2. tasteless ::
لا طعم له
3. impolite ::
4. plebeian ::
5. vernacular ::
6. uncouth ::
1. aristocratic ::
2. genteel ::
3. gentle ::
4. grand ::
5. great ::
6. high ::
7. lofty ::
8. noble ::
Different Formsvulgar, vulgarer, vulgarest, vulgarism, vulgarisms, vulgarities, vulgarity, vulgarization, vulgarize, vulgarizes, vulgarly
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