@mar_yam It implies something of low class and poor taste, yes.
In the sentence you just provided, "vulgar" here has the same meaning. Price tags would be considered "vulgar" by the upper class, because they show that the item is being sold to those who have to be mindful of the cost (so, less wealthy) and who wouldn't have an idea of the value of the item (so, ignorant or uncultured).
@mar_yam It doesn't mean poor taste so much as it means something repulsive and dirty. Not physically dirty, but something that gives off the feeling of being dirty. Something that just the idea of it makes you sick.
@mar_yam To answer your second question, it sounds like its being used sarcastically in that sentence. They're saying the shop is so fancy that the idea of using something like a price tag is beneath them, because rich people don't need to consider the price before they buy something.
@MapleBurgee with being bored of 9 to 5 job,most people prefer being self employment. > sorry I wanted to know is my sentence correct to say actually I saw a sentence like that in a website but I couldn't remember it exactly but it was something like that
"Bored of 9 to 5 jobs, most people now prefer self employment." Thats how I would word that sentence! One note is that you can "be self employed" or you can have "self employment", but you can't "be self employment."
@mar_yam The person you're speaking to has misinformed you as to the meaning of the word. It does not mean "so very bad" like he keeps trying to tell you. This use isn't supported by dictionaries, or any source except his own made-up examples.
@MapleBurgee So at best, if you didn't fabricate that conversation, you asked someone about whether something vulgar could be offensive. Like asking if something heavy can be big. This person did not say anything about me "talking in nonsensical circles".
No dictionary definitions. No actual use context, except in your fabricated examples. Nothing to support what you're saying.
@InsertANameHere If thats what makes you sleep better at night, then you can think whatever you want. You know I gave dictionary definition and a plethora of exmaples sentence, (which even if it were possible to "fabricate" them--thats called speaking a language, btw--those example sentences I used we're all found on english learning sites. Feel free to reverse search them you paranoid freak) and finally, you know that I posted only a short snippet of that particular conversation. Stop grasping for straws. Move. On. Bro. It's really not that important.
@MapleBurgee "Really not that important", said after you were asked to quote me on stuff I supposedly said (quotes you couldn't provide), allegedly calls up multiple friends to see my supposed talking in circles, and swears at me.
You did not give a dictionary definition of "vulgar" as "so bad-looking that it's offensive". You gave dictionary definitions of "offensive".
Those example sentences, found on English learning sites? Yet you can't pull them up. You want *me* to search for these examples that don't exist.
The snippet you chose to show didn't support your idea that all these people agreed that I was "talking in nonsensical circles". At most, they support that you asked a question about a particular usage, without further context (a dress with a slur printed on it could be offensive and vulgar, but that doesn't mean that a tacky dress would be offensive.)
So are you going to provide any of this evidence of things I supposedly said, of these quotes existing on English learning sites, of these people all reading this entire conversation and coming to your supposed conclusion?
@MapleBurgee Hello sorry for bothering again I would like to know what does "entail" in this context mean? "A budget will need to be determined because different methods of information distribution will entail various costs.” Thank you so so much