Translation of boorish in Spanish:


zafio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈbʊrɪʃ/ /ˈbɔːrɪʃ/ /ˈbʊərɪʃ/


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    • So you will appreciate I have a right and a duty to speak out when I witness boorish and loutish behaviour on the streets of Sligo, from whatever quarter it comes.
    • 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.
    • It's possible to view a pirate as boorish and crass or as vivacious and life-loving.
    • If this was just a joke on his part then I apologize, but it came off rude and boorish.
    • She claimed that loutish youths, prying locals and boorish day-trippers were making life intolerable.
    • In interview, he'll often segue into a boorish, rambling mode which - while always hilarious - still seems like performance.
    • Decent people are routinely infuriated, intimidated and frightened by the boorish minority - and that is why it has become such a huge political issue.