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  1. Having a texture that has much friction. Not smooth; uneven.
    • 2005, Plato, Sophist. Translation by Lesley Brown. 229e.
      Teaching that's done by talking seems to have one rough path and another part which is smoother.
  2. Approximate.
    A rough estimate.
  3. Turbulent.
    The sea was rough.
  4. Difficult; trying.
    Being a teenager these days can be rough.
  5. Crude; unrefined
    His manners are a bit rough, but he means well.
  6. Violent; not careful or subtle
    This box has been through some rough handling.


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