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rustic
'rəstək
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Awkwardly simple and provincial.
  2. Characteristic of the fields or country.
  3. Characteristic of rural life.
(名) As a noun
  1. An unsophisticated country person.
Hyphenationrus•tic
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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乡下人xiāngxia réncountry folk; rustic; rural folk
村夫cūnfūchurl
农民nóngmínpeasant; farmer
乡村xiāngcūnrustic; village; countryside
纯朴chúnpǔvariant of 淳樸
rustic; vulgar; unrefined; abbr. for 俚语, slang; old name for the ethnic group
土得掉渣tǔ de diào zhā(coll.) rustic; uncouth
土气tǔqìrustic; uncouth; unsophisticated
土头土脑tǔ tóu tǔ nǎorustic; uncouth; unsophisticated
乡气xiāngqìrustic; uncouth; unsophisticated
rustic; low; base; mean; to despise; to scorn
rustic; low; mean, to despise, family name
cānglow fellow; rustic; rude; rough
土里土气tǔ lǐ tǔqìunsophisticated; rustic; uncouth
大老粗dà lǎocūuncooth fellow; rustic
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