Traducción de crudely en español:


groseramente, adv.

Pronunciación /ˈkrudli/ /ˈkruːdli/


  • 1

    (remark/joke/gesture) groseramente
    to put it crudely hablando en plata coloquial
    • Pure pornography, these crudely printed eight-page pamphlets put popular comic-strip characters in more "adult" situations.
    • A lot of dance art of this period was crudely titillating or obviously erotic ... the sight of a naked limb in the 19th century could drive people wild.
    • In general, however, most film theorists still seem either embarrassed or bemused by bodies that often act wantonly and crudely at the movies.
    • His elegant, often pugnacious, occasionally crudely offensive essays on composers are now available in a collection.
    • Engaging in S & M brings both characters out of their shells - but the film doesn't show more than it needs to, and never views the relationship crudely or salaciously.
    • He was renowned for his acerbic, if occasionally crudely sexist, pieces for lad magazines.
    • He leaned forward, leering crudely in my ear.
    • Jose crudely slapped at her backside.
    • They laughed loudly and crudely to each other as they continued to walk down the street, closer and closer.
    • He turned his horse and winked at her crudely.
  • 2

    de un modo rudimentario
    • A croquet-like game is believed to have been played by thirteenth century French peasants who used crudely fashioned mallets to whack wooden balls balls through hoops made of willow branches.
    • It was a female form crudely carved in rosewood.
    • In the front gallery stood a matte-black block of polystyrene crudely hacked to resemble a human skull perched on a base.
    • Roughly a dozen small blocks were crudely nailed together to create each cluster of geometric forms.
    • Lettered crudely on the wall above a work table is the advice, "Stay Out Stay Back."
    • The artwork seems a bit crudely drawn.
    • I had seen African-American quilts, of course, but I always thought they seemed crudely made.
    • In the early 1980s, skateboarders were breaking into abandoned lots or backyards to skate in empty swimming pools or on crudely constructed ramps.
    • She nodded before hurriedly fixing the post crudely with a roll of duct tape she had procured from a pocket in her trenchcoat.
    • She looked down and saw she was standing on a crudely built metal platform.