Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rough"

The meaning of "Rough" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does roughed up mean?
A:

He was roughed up by the police –

If you have been roughed up, you have been assaulted – but not so badly that you need an ambulance.

It is generally used when we are talking about less serious assaults. If somebody slaps you and pushes you, this is a roughing up. If they hit you with a brick, it is something much more serious.

Q: What does It's rough out there sometimes. mean?
A: Life is hard sometimes.
Q: What does a rough idle mean?
A: The only rough idle I can think of relates to motors or engines.

If an engine has a rough idle, it is not operating at peak performance, and could need some mechanical work.
Q: What does rough mean?
A: Áspero, rugoso
Q: What does in the rough mean?
A: In the sport of golf, "in the rough" means the ball has landed in thick or coarse grass.

In other contexts, "in the rough" can mean raw, natural, unrefined, untreated, unpolished such as in "a diamond in the rough". It suggests that it has the potential to be much better after it is treated, refined, polished, processed, etc.

Example sentences using "Rough"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rough .
A: Rough can be used as an adjective in a formal way such as “the concrete is very rough” but can also be used informally when you say “I look rough today” (meaning you look a bit damaged and unkempt).
Q: Please show me example sentences with rough.
A: Sand paper is rough. (texture)
I had a rough day. (discomfort)
My brother plays too rough with me. (violence)
Q: Please show me example sentences with rough .
A: @Mouse_zone12
I had a rough time understanding the class.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rough.
A: the carpet flooring is very rough.

your hair feels rough.

i'm going through a rough time.
Q: Please show me example sentences with rough .
A: Rough can be used to describe people Also.
"That bird is rough"
Means that girl is a bit of common/angry person.

Synonyms of "Rough" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rough and coarse and harsh ?
A: Rough and coarse can describe the texture of an object. Rough means "not smooth" and coarse can mean rough or grainy. Both rough and coarse can also describe a person or their language as being impolite, rude, or unrefined.

Harsh can mean uncomfortable or painful, like "a harsh wind" or "harsh noises". It can also describe someone's speech as being unforgiving, mean, or cruel. "The teacher was very harsh with the misbehaving student. She gave him a week's detention just for talking in class!"
Q: What is the difference between rough and rude ?
A: They can both mean impolite, but "rough" is associated with violence or a lack of gentleness.

For example: If someone cursed at you, you would call them "rude" and not "rough". It is better to use "rough" if someone tried to punch or grab another person.
Q: What is the difference between rough and tough ?
A: Rough es más parecido a brusco, alguien con no muy buenos modales y un poco antipático. Tough es más bien alguien fuerte, que hace frente a los problemas y no le afectan las críticas.
Q: What is the difference between rough and reckless and rude ?
A: "Rough," besides a surface not being smooth, means "not gentle" or "violent."
"Reckless" means to "not think or care for the consequences of actions."
"Rude" means to be "offensively impolite or ill-mannered."
Here are some examples:
1a. I came from a rough neighborhood where everyone had to hide in their homes by sundown.
1b. Some people in this neighborhood are reckless, wanting to hurt others without thinking about how much pain they cause.
1c. And then some people in this neighborhood are just plain rude, and you can't have a good conversation with them.

2a. Man, that's rough. She just up and left?
2b. Yeah, she left recklessly — even left her wallet behind.
2c. That was pretty rude of her to just leave you like that. I'm sorry this happened.
Q: What is the difference between rough and difficult ?
A: I think it depends on the situation, but I think that "difficult" sounds a little more formal. I might use "rough" for something physical that is difficult.

Translations of "Rough"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rough
A: like the sound a dog makes before the barking sound
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rough
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? through, throughout, rough
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? rough
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Other questions about "Rough"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce rough,through,throughout.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce rough.
A: Rough sounds like 'ruff'.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce enough, rough, though.
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Q: ما معنى rough?!
A: لو استخدمتيها مع شئ rough surface تبقي سطح خشن غير مستوي ومش ناعم
مع انسان he is so rough
يبقي هوا ان سان قاسي ومش لطيف ولا زوق
حاجة تانية it has been rough night كانت ليلة صعبة او قاسية ومرهقة
Q: I like it rough Does this sound natural?
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