English to Czech Meaning :: boorish

Boorish :
hulvátský
- hulvátský
 
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(1) Fans of studio politics everywhere understand that while Harvey's a boor , Bob is merely churlish, and boors hardly ever stand down for churls.(2) He may be a lecher and a boor , but his class is never in question.(3) ÔÇÿHe's an obnoxious, self-righteous boor who didn't want anyone to ruin his precious ball,ÔÇÖ Violet answered sulkily, idly surveying her fingernails.(4) Then, some sordid boor decided to interrupt the peace.(5) Marler's braying boor is funny but way over the top.(6) at last the big obnoxious boor had been dealt a stunning blow for his uncouth and belligerent manner(7) It will save you from being thought an uneducated boor .(8) I thought him to be a boor - coarse and crass, involved only in his immediate needs.(9) But with every passing week, he continues to carve himself a reputation as a baseball reactionary, a boor and a bore.(10) Obviously, a man who makes unwanted contact with a woman is a boor and maybe even a criminal.(11) Don't become hostile - in addition to looking like a boor you will probably alienate your patients.(12) Thus, after several months' exposure, the office boor who initially took two weeks to annoy you can accomplish the same feat in only seconds.(13) In the middle of my musings about medieval rapture, I heard a cell phone ring, and a man, who soon turned out to be a big boor , answer it.(14) What scared me wasn't his boorishness but the way he sounded delighted, as if he'd just realized these insights.(15) He's been given a priceless chance to put a positive spin on the events of his life, but still manages to come off as boorish , sexist and vulgar.(16) She was almost certainly better-bred and better-mannered, and equally forthcoming when it came time to put boors in their place.
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(1) boorish ::
hulvátský
Synonyms
Adjective
1. coarse ::
Hrubý
2. uncouth ::
hrubý
3. rude ::
hrubý
4. ill-bred ::
nevychovaný
5. ill-mannered ::
nezpůsobný
6. uncivilized ::
necivilizovaný
7. unrefined ::
nerafinovaný
8. rough ::
hrubý
10. loutish ::
nevychovaný
13. lumpen ::
lumpen
14. vulgar ::
vulgární
15. unsavory ::
nechutný
16. gross ::
Hrubý
17. brutish ::
hrubý
18. Neanderthal ::
neandrtálec
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