词汇等级：六级, 托福, 雅思, GRE
粗俗的, 庸俗的, 普通的, 通俗的, 本土的
What is it about you that bloody well makes you want to go on about him - the whole bloody time? - Vulgar but fluent.
Toilet. That's a little vulgar for the dinner table, don't you think?
Authorities will introduce a rating system for online games this year to crack down on vulgar content amid a soaring number of young gamers.
His gait, his attitudes, his gestures, his bearing, his laugh—all were vulgar and uncouth; his manners were the manners of a slave.
Though never canonized himself, old Jolyon's natural fastidiousness and balance had saved him from the errors of the vulgar.
We live in an age so limited and vulgar as our own, an age grossly carnal in its pleasure, and grossly common in its aims.
As is usual with the vulgar and narrow-minded, he was more disposed to reproach others with his failures than to censure himself.
The government has been clamping down on various sites for months in the name of a campaign against "vulgar" online content.
What was present to him everywhere was that for a man who had known what he had known the world was vulgar and vain.
Third, it is not simply vulgar, tabloid prejudice to believe that if more money is funnelled to southern Europe, much of it will be wasted.
Speak not in an unknown tongue in company, but in your own language; and that as those of quality do, and not as the vulgar.
Harsh words and vulgar expressions, cheap talk and words that are cruel, Jargon, slang and swearing; All talk such as this we avoid.
Because someunemployment always exists, the vulgar Keynesian always wants the rate ofinterest to be lower than it is.
Any jobseeker who posts photos of himself or herself with vulgar comments on the internet is lacking in basic judgment.
Even in outward demeanour, they showed a stamp of majesty that made the warrior's haughty stride look vulgar, if NOT absurd.
Consequently, such spending is essentially government consumption, which is what vulgar Keynesians think we need now more than ever.
"Some people say Cantonese is a vulgar relic of ancient Chinese," says Virginia Yip, a professor at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Around them shot up vulgar new skyscrapers by Norman Foster and Richard Rogers, lacking any of Pelli's grace.
在他们周围，诺曼•福斯特（Norman Foster）、理查德•罗杰斯（Richard Rogers）设计的新摩天大楼拔地而起，然而它们却缺乏贝利建筑的优雅。
An affectation or appreciation of manners and tastes commonly thought to be artificial, vulgar, or banal.
Your high science is sealed from the profane and vulgar, and so you become an object of envy and slander.
The spirit of romance is gross and tawdry in vulgar minds,but dainty and refined in the more cultivated.
And as for the "fine calligraphy" in which each menu was individually written, that is downright vulgar.
popular, low, mainland, coarse, informal
populace, common man
本站资源从互联网搜集而来，如您认为侵犯了您的权益请发邮件告知我们 firstname.lastname@example.org | kenword.com | 浙ICP备13010942