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vulgar
'vəlgər
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Conspicuously and tastelessly indecent.
  2. Being or characteristic of or appropriate to everyday language.
  3. Of or associated with the great masses of people.
  4. Lacking refinement or cultivation or taste.
Hyphenationvul•gar
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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粗俗cūsúvulgar
庸俗yōngsúfilthy; vulgar; debased
普通pǔtōngcommon; ordinary; general; average
通俗tōngsúcommon; everyday; average
本土běntǔone's native country; native; local; metropolitan territory
低俗dīsúvulgar; poor taste
混吣hùnqìnvulgar; foul-mouthed
猥獕wěicuīvulgar; despicable; abject
粗鄙cūbǐvulgar; coarse; uncouth
鄙俗bǐsúvulgar; philistine
鄙俚bǐlǐvulgar; philistine
鄙吝bǐlìnvulgar; stingy; miserly; mean
鄙亵bǐxièvulgar; disrespectful
委琐wěisuǒvulgar; petty
rustic; vulgar; unrefined; abbr. for 俚语, slang; old name for the ethnic group
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