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to rough (third-person singular simple present -, present participle -, simple past and past participle -)
Adjectiverough (comparative rough, superlative er)
- Having a texture that has much friction. Not smooth; uneven.
- A rough estimate.
- The sea was rough.
- Difficult; trying.
- Being a teenager these days can be rough.
- Crude; unrefined
- His manners are a bit rough, but he means well.
- Violent; not careful or subtle
- This box has been through some rough handling.
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- The unmowed part of a golf course.
- A crude person.
- (cricket) A scuffed and roughened area of the pitch, where the bowler's feet fall, used as a target by spin bowlers because of its unpredictable bounce.
Third person singular
- To create in an approximate form.
- Rough in the shape first, then polish the details.
- To physically assault someone in retribution for something specific.
- The gangsters roughed him up a little.
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