English - Japanese Dictionary:

rude

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The definition of word "rude":
rate 1. crude, discourteous, impolite; primitive, simple, unsophisticated; harsh, severe
rate 2. born January 4, 1784, Dijon, Fr. died November 3, 1855, Paris; French sculptor. He won the Prix de Rome in 1812 but was prevented from going to Rome by the Napoleonic Wars. His early work was in the Neoclassical tradition, but he was uncomfortable within its restrictions and soon adopted a dynamic, emotional style that might be called Romantic-Realist. An ardent Bonapartist, he is best known for Departure of the Volunteers of 1792 (1833–36) on the Arc de Triomphe; popularly called La Marseillaise, it catches the martial spirit of the Napoleonic era.
rate 3. S U D D E N (adj) (before noun) -r, -st - sudden and unpleasant It was a rude shock/surprise to us to learn the awful truth about our son. We had a rude awakening (= unpleasant shock) when we saw the amount of our phone bill.
rate 4. inconsiderate; unfair; dismissive: "That's a bit rude"
rate 5. unpleasant or ugly: "rude head"
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