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Adverb
Very close to in amount, degree or quantity, but not quite
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“In Bordeaux, however, the jeroboam is five litres - roughly equal to six bottles or a half case.”
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In a manner lacking gentleness
“Six other guards stepped forward and roughly grabbed Maria, Andrea, and Jackie.”
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In a harsh or oppressive manner
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“Try not to be too rough on her as she is genuinely trying her best.”
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In a rude manner
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“Arya could almost sense a heart of gold behind Sandor Clegane's rough exterior.”
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In a sketchy manner
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In general and without considering minor details
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Adverb for not precise or exact
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“I should be able to provide you with a rough estimate of the costs involved.”
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Adverb for having an uneven or irregular surface
“It will be difficult to walk on the rough surface with those stilettos.”
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To an undesirably intense or forceful degree
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In a fierce or turbulent manner
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Adverb for having a surface or texture that is coarse or bristly
“This breed of terrier has a coat of fur that is rough and thick.”
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(of skin) Adverb for not smooth
“This balm will help to moisturize and bring immediate relief to rough skin.”
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Adverb for difficult or unpleasant in nature
“The company is going through a rough period as it deals with increasing market competition.”
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Adverb for aggressive or violent in nature
“I grew up in a rough neighborhood where I had to learn to fend for myself.”
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Adverb for marked by turmoil, disturbance or violent energy
“A chain of islands and sand bars extending along the mainland protects this shallow area from the rough waters of the Gulf.”
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(of a voice) Adverb for gruff, hoarse or raspy
“The escaped convict scowled at Pip in a rough voice, demanding that the boy bring him some food.”
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Adverb for discordant or harsh-sounding to the ears
“Why should I leave the soft music of the chamber at the rough blare of the trumpet?”
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Adverb for not fully worked out or including every detail
“This is only a rough draft of the report and many details will still need to be fleshed out in due course.”
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Adverb for lacking in skill or refinement
“The rough strokes clearly show that this painting is a forgery.”
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(of the weather) Adverb for characterized by windy or stormy conditions
“The coast guard must be commended for braving the rough weather during the rescue operation.”
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Adverb for vigorously disturbed or agitated, especially by the elements
“She stood alone outside on the veranda, looking out towards the rough seas.”
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Adverb for not in good health
“The altitude would hit her and she started feeling a little rough.”
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(of wine or another alcoholic drink) Adverb for sharp or harsh in taste
“This wine is a full-bodied, rough blend of Syrah, Grenache, and Merlot.”
Preposition
Approximately or around the time of
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