Rough in spanish

Rough in spanish DEFAULT

Dictionary English-Spanish

Christian Kandlbauer can sense

[...] temperature, identifyrough and smoothsurfaces and feel [...]

the strength of a handshake with an artificial hand.

ottobock.com.au

ottobock.com.au

Ahora Christian Kandlbauer puede sentir la

[...]

temperatura con una mano artificial, distinguir entre

[...] las superficies ásperas y lisas y sentir la fuerza [...]

de un apretón de manos.

ottobock.com

ottobock.com

Introduce basic concepts of contrast such as light and dark, big and small,

[...] warm and cool,rough and smooth

blaineschools.org

blaineschools.org

Introducir los conceptos básicos del contraste como luz y oscuridad, grande y pequeño,

[...] cálido y fresco y áspero y liso.

blaineschools.org

blaineschools.org

Good Suspension overRough and Smooth

ottobock.com

ottobock.com

Buena suspensión tanto

[...] sobre terreno irregular como llano

ottobock.com

ottobock.com

Frame and fork suspension tackle therough and smoothout the vibrations of the trail.

cube.eu

cube.eu

El cuadro y la horquilla de suspensión suavizan las vibraciones y hacen frente a las dificultades [...]

de la pista.

cube.eu

cube.eu

It has been the light, both natural daylight and artificial night-time light, that has finally become the protagonist of the intervention, transforming the appearance of the building into a solid

[...]

element in the

[...] daytime and a liquid element at night, bothrough and smooth andone in which it is on occasion difficult [...]

to recognise if its

[...]

character is transparent, translucent or opaque.

ondiseno.com

ondiseno.com

Ha sido la luz, tanto natural de día como artificial de noche, la que se ha convertido, finalmente, en protagonista de la intervención, convirtiendo el aspecto del edificio en un

[...]

elemento de carácter

[...] sólido de a y líquido de noche, tanto pesado como ligero, tanto rugoso como liso y en el que es difícil [...]

en ocasiones reconocer

[...]

si su carácter es transparente, translúcido u opaco.

ondiseno.com

ondiseno.com

Recurring motifs include the square,rough and smoothneutral stone, the dragon theme and [...]

colorful glazed ceramics.

dileonardo.com

dileonardo.com

Los motivos periódicos incluyen la

[...] piedra cuadrada, áspera, lisa y neutral, el tema de dragón y cerámica barnizada y colorada.

dileonardo.com

dileonardo.com

Boral® Bricks

[...] come in a variety ofrough and smoothtextures, in colors [...]

that range from nearly white to deep burgundy brown.

ustile.com

ustile.com

Boral® Ladrillos vienen en una variedad

[...] de diamantes en bruto y texturas lisas, en colores [...]

que van desde casi blanco a una profunda burgundy brown.

ustile.com

ustile.com

That has always been how Àlvarez proceeded, and it is here in this African proposal that he squares up to decoding masks, helmets, breastplates, objects,

[...]

adornments, silhouettes of

[...] ghostly groups, alternatingrough and smooth,iron and Carrara marble, [...]

basalt snd sinister stone.

pleaseart.com

pleaseart.com

Ese ha sido el proceder de Álvarez de siempre y lo que es en esta propuesta africana en la que se enfrenta a la descodificación de máscaras, yelmos, petos, objetos, adornos,

[...]

siluetas de grupos

[...] espectrales alternando rugosidades y pulidos, hierros y mármol de Carrara, [...]

basaltos y piedra travertino.

pleaseart.com

pleaseart.com

KBA Report: The waterless Cortina allows production to be switched almost seamlessly from newspapers to semi-commercials with no change of ink. Automatic plate changes take just two minutes, and with the aid of the new NipTronic bearer

[...]

units fitted in your

[...] press line, the optimum printing pressures forroughnewsprintand smoothcoated stock - which are very different - can [...]

now be set at the touch

[...]

of a button from the control desk.

kba-print.de

kba-print.de

KBA Report: La Cortina sin agua permite pasar rápido y sin cambiar de tinta de la impresión de periódicos a la semicomercial, cambiar las planchas automáticamente en dos minutos y -gracias a su técnica de rodamientos NipTronic- adaptar rápidamente la presión óptima entre

[...]

los cilindros pulsando

[...] solamente un botón del puesto de mando, pues esta presión es muy diferente para papeles estucados y para los más bastos [...]

papeles de periódicos.

kba-print.de

kba-print.de

With the Motives® Lip Pumice you can kiss

[...] away those dry,roughlipsandget a soft,smoothluscious pout.

marketamericascience.com

marketamericascience.com

Con Motives® Lip Pumice puede decirle adiós a

[...] los labios secos y rugosos y lucirlabios suaves y seductores.

es.marketamericascience.com

es.marketamericascience.com

They're often flesh-coloredand rough,butsome are darkand smooth.

1on1health.com

1on1health.com

Su aspecto con frecuencia es del color

[...] de la piel y superficie áspera, pero algunas son oscuras y suaves.

1on1health.com

1on1health.com

On ripening the fruit is a pale yellow

[...] turns green,roughsurfaceandmesocarp brightand smoothtexture.

made-in-argentina.com

made-in-argentina.com

En la maduración la fruta es de un amarillo pálido que se torna

[...] verde, de superficie áspero y mesocarpio brillante y de textura lisa.

made-in-argentina.com

made-in-argentina.com

Make sure

[...] that any pocketsand roughareas are levelledand smoothedout because the [...]

wash is the most important bond.

ivoclarvivadent.com

ivoclarvivadent.com

Procurar que las rugosidades estén bien rellenas y cubiertas, ya que [...]

el Wash representa la unión más importante.

ivoclarvivadent.co

ivoclarvivadent.co

Any surface

[...] of the tooth that isrough andimproperly cleaned will become stained much more rapidly than a clean,smoothsurface.

philips.co.uk

philips.co.uk

Los dientes de superficie rugosa que no selimpian correctamente se manchan más rápido que los que tienen una superficie lisa.

philips.es

philips.es

In the unworked state this type of

[...] fibreboard has onesmooth andoneroughsurface.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

En los tableros no trabajados de

[...] este tipo una superficie es lisa y la otra no.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

In the mouth it proves to be a very rounded wine, with very

[...] balanced acidity,smoothtanninsandnoroughedges", its creator [...]

indicated.

winesfromspain.com

winesfromspain.com

En boca demuestra ser un vino redondeado, con una acidez

[...] muy equilibrada, taninos suaves y sin aristas", puntualiza [...]

su creador.

winesfromspain.com

winesfromspain.com

The path has

[...] not always beensmooth,it has had itsroughedgesandthere has been [...]

a lot of to-ing and fro-ing.

europarl.europa.eu

europarl.europa.eu

Se ha ido de un lado a otro por caminos que no han

[...] sido siempre rectos, pues también tenían sus esquinas y sus cruces.

europarl.europa.eu

europarl.europa.eu

The Ultra Tack films have been developed for easy

[...] applications onsmoothtoroughwallsurfaces (brick wallsandconcrete).

vizuon.eu

vizuon.eu

Los films Ultra Tack han sido desarrollados para  una

[...] fácil aplicación en superficies rugosas como paredes de ladrilloo cemento.

vizuon.eu

vizuon.eu

The I-ELISA uses a mixture ofsmoothlipopolysaccharide (SLPS)and roughlipopolysaccharide (RLPS) [...]

as the antigen, and a recombinant

[...]

protein A/G conjugated with horseradish peroxidase as the detection reagent.

oie.int

oie.int

La prueba I-ELISA emplea una

[...] combinación de lipopolisacárido liso (s-LPS) y rugoso (r-LPS) como antígeno, y una proteína [...]

recombinante A/G conjugada

[...]

con peroxidasa de rábano picante como reactivo de detección.

oie.int

oie.int

Applications onsmoothtoroughwallsurfaces (brick wallsandconcrete)

vizuon.eu

vizuon.eu

Laminado polímera y calandrada para la adhesión a la mampostería

vizuon.eu

vizuon.eu

Both types of surface - tooroughor toosmooth-lead to shorter service life (leakage)andhigher friction (wear).

klueber.com

klueber.com

Ambos extremos -

[...] superficie demasiado lisa o demasiado rugosa conllevanun menor rendimiento (pérdidas de lubricación) y un mayor rozamiento [...]

(desgaste).

klueber.com

klueber.com

Flatand smooth,butmay occasionally become raised,rough,grow hair, or [...]

change color over time

scasouthjersey.com

scasouthjersey.com

Planos y suaves, pero a veces se pueden volver abultados, ásperos, con vello [...]

o pueden cambiar de color a medida que pasa el tiempo

scasouthjersey.com

scasouthjersey.com

It has a

[...] sensational feel,smooth androunded, with no tannicroughedges and no green notes.

vinissimus.co.uk

vinissimus.co.uk

El tacto es

[...] sensacional; suave y redondo,sin tanicidades rugosas ni aristas verdes.

vinissimus.com

vinissimus.com

Beck et. al. demonstrated similar

[...]

behaviour after applying chemical plasma

[...] anodising to thesmooth and roughsurfaces obtained [...]

by projection of glass particles.

avinent.com

avinent.com

Beck et al. mostraron un comportamiento similar después de

[...]

aplicar el anodizado por plasma químico en

[...] superficies lisas y rugosas obtenidas por proyección [...]

de partículas de vidrio.

avinent.com

avinent.com

The skin can besmoothor slightlyrough andis between 0,6 and [...]

0,8 cm thick.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

La corteza puede ser lisa o ligeramente rugosa, con un grosor medio [...]

de 0,6 a 0,8 cm.

eur-lex.europa.eu

eur-lex.europa.eu

Sours: https://www.linguee.com/english-spanish/translation/rough+and+smooth.html

Translation of rough – English–Spanish dictionary

Under the scanning electron microscope its surface appears rough due to the presence of numerous spines and surface foldings.

From the Cambridge English Corpus

The ' factories ' of crystalline material are comprised from seemingly specialized mitochondria and rough endoplasmic reticulum elements.

From the Cambridge English Corpus

Instead, the concept of three ' sorts of people ' expressed a rudimentary perception of broad, rough-edged affinities between occupations of similar wealth, administrative power, and prestige.

From the Cambridge English Corpus

The basic notions of rough set theory are for twin-concept classification and discrete attribute values.

From the Cambridge English Corpus

The rachis cytoplasm contains mitochondria, extensive rough endoplasmic reticulum, and electron-dense granules.

From the Cambridge English Corpus

Over this extended period, many nodes in saccade-generation networks may become activated in rough proportion to total eye movement counts.

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The biological-design argument proceeds as follows (again in rough outline) : it's incredibly unlikely that biologically complex organisms would exist somewhere or other in our universe.

From the Cambridge English Corpus

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Translation of rough in Spanish:

rough

áspero, adj.

Pronunciation /rəf//rʌf/

See Spanish definition of áspero

adjectiverougher, roughest

  • 1

    • 1.1(not smooth)

      (surface/texture/skin)áspero

      (surface/texture/skin)rugoso

      (cloth)basto

      (hands)áspero

      (hands)basto

      • The next day I placed the figure upright on a piece of 400 grit sandpaper and smoothed out the rough surface of the putty.
      • I could feel the movement, the change in the vibrations as iron-bound wheels went from a rough surface to a smoother one and then back to the former.
      • Mold spores adhere more tightly to the rough surfaces than to the smooth skin of undamaged kernels.
      • The smooth slate floor of the bottom level reflects the rough basalt on the pathway through a preserved grove of evergreens.
      • Scientists at the European Space Agency think the lighter areas indicate a rough surface, and the dark areas are smooth.
      • She felt her back hit the rough surface of a tree.
      • Gold leaf is too delicate to be laid directly on the relatively rough surface of plaster and so the gold leaf is backed with thicker and more robust tin foil using an oil mordant as the adhesive.
      • He ran a hand over the rough surface, walking around it.
      • The surface was rough behind my back, like sharp-edged pumice.
      • The rough concrete and uneven brick of the existing envelope contrast with smooth dividers displaying works of art.
      • I took his mantle and spread it on the rough wood surface, and with some difficulty he stretched out upon it, face down.
      • I reached over and touched the five o'clock shadow that was already forming on his face, and felt the rough surface against his chin.
      • Abbey gulped as she felt her wrists get tied together with rough rope.
      • The wooden floors were rough (not having ever been sanded), often giving the boy splinters.
      • I reached around in the darkness, fingers flinching from the prickliness of fibreglass insulation and splinters in the attic's rough, wooden beams.
      • The ornate rugs on the rough, wooden floor seemed to be nothing but pieces of carpet, dirt scuffing away the designs of its former glamour.
      • Furniture replaced itself, but rough cloth became silk and plain wood shiny mahogany.
      • I leaned out as far as I could, looking down at the rough, sharp rocks on the beach below me.
      • His forehead is pressed against the rough, gritty plaster of the wall, sharp against his nose.
      • To the boy it sounded like a bag of dirty clothes was being dragged across a rough area of cement.
    • 1.2(uneven)

      (ground/road)desigual

      (ground/road)lleno de baches

      (terrain)agreste

      (terrain)escabroso

    • 1.3

      (sea)agitado

      (sea)picado

      (sea)encrespado

      (weather)tempestuoso

      (weather)tormentoso

      we had a rough crossingel barco se movió mucho durante la travesía

      • We heard that the sea was rough over the Channel and did not expect you until the end of the week.
      • I do not think the man will come today; the seas are rough, and the horizon shows more storms to come.
      • ‘This does not bode well with me,’ James said as he held his rifle as though it were a life preserver in rough seas.
      • What a fragile vessel to sail into the rough seas that lay ahead!
      • I chose to disregard it - I figured we had just hit rough seas.
      • Jeremiah stopped his wagon outside a hotel and stepped down, his legs wobbly and sore, as if he'd been in rough seas.
      • The amazons at the oars negotiated the rough sea with the utmost of care, proving their fine skill as seafarers.
      • The first was that, though the sea was indeed rough, there was little rain, and the air lacked the clammy humidity of a thunderstorm.
      • He hugged her again, and she clung to him as if he was a raft in a rough sea.
      • I was pushing him slowly over the edge that went off into a rough sea of destruction.
      • There seemed to be waves buffeting me, one after another, like bathing in a rough sea.
      • The sea was rough, but the setting sun had broken from the clouds and everything was vibrant in the sudden light.
      • It was drawing close to winter, so the ocean was rough.
      • I finally spotted her alone, outside on the veranda, looking at the rough ocean.
      • How strong those gales turn out to be will determine whether the economy faces clear sailing or rough seas.
      • There were rough seas in the area at that time, the coast guard said, adding they dispatched patrol boats and planes Tuesday to search for the ship.
      • The pass is granted for next weekend, and Nurse Ratched takes out a newsclipping about how rough and dangerous the sea is this year.
      • The winds, storms, and currents combine to whip up huge seas, driving rough waves on top of massive swells.
      • The beach was rough that day; the waves were great if you were a surfer.
      • On this day there were tiny little rippling waves breaking on the sandy beach, but Rita told me that on occasion it could become very rough.
    • 1.4

      (sound/voice)áspero

      (sound/voice)ronco

      (wine)áspero

      • After eight hours, we had gone solo and had splendid dog fights over the moors, huge fun, especially after two pints of rough cider!
      • It is a lusty, even rough blend of Grenache, Syrah and Carignan.
      • The rough red Italian vino was on the table for every meal and we drank it instead of water, not being too certain of the purity of the ship's drinking water.
      • A fine wine match here is this rustic, slightly rough and spicy 100 per cent organic red, with enough heat and heft to manage the lamb.
      • Good weight of fruit and a vaguely rough tannins lead to an unsurprising warm alcoholic finish.
      • When he spoke, his voice was rough and husky, barely above a whisper.
      • Unable to even squint at the harsh light, her voice was rough and dry.
      • Jeffrey's voice was rough and his words were harsh but Anthony remained calm and cool, save his eyes.
      • Gavin's eyes had turned so dark a grey that they were nearly black, and his voice was rough with suppressed frustration and anger.
      • She suddenly heard a rough voice yell to her from the shadows.
      • Whispers followed that yell until a rough voice came out of nowhere.
      • ‘Majesty, we bring you a gift for the Prince,’ the man said in a rough voice.
      • Considering his height, then the steely look and his rough voice, both of which reminded me a lot of Carey, he was a rather intimidating person, even to me.
      • Devon's voice was rough from coughing, but he spoke up.
      • The ‘leader’ asked in a rough voice that seemed more like a growl.
      • Her voice was rough even though her words were velvet; it was as if her vocal cords had been run against stones over the years and no longer able to speak gently.
      • The soldier's voice was rough as he spoke to the innkeeper.
      • After a short pause, he heard the door open, followed by his uncle's rough voice before the latter finally appeared in his line of vision.
      • She stayed up in the tree until a rough voice called out.
      • A rough voice snagged her attention as they stopped before the gate.
      • The voice was rough, but soothing, and she began to feel safer.
      • ‘I suppose if we're to be living together I should know who you are,’ he said in his rough voice.
      • Her rough voice sounded almost hysterical as she dropped to her knees next to him, turning his lifeless body over and checking for a pulse.
      • His rough voice suddenly seemed more attractive than threatening.
      • His voice was unusually rough and that was all he said.
  • 2 informal

    • 2.1(unpleasant, hard)

      (life/existence)duro

      to be rough on sbser duro con algn

      • don't be too rough on the kid
      • the critics have been rough on her recent work
      • it's a bit rough on her to be left with all the responsibility

      she had a rough time of it when she was younglo pasó muy mal cuando era joven

      • I have to admit it excited me the way he was rough and aggressive.
      • He was a rough man, but out of his venality and his bestial nature erupted this divine expression on the canvas.
      • It was a busy day and the rough customers were more than a little rowdy that evening.
      • Who knew that such a rough man could feel so right?
      • They all had a nice chuckle when she informed them that she had a bit of experience playing football, but was kicked out of the league because she was too rough for most of the boys.
      • They're rough, dirty, and all about sweat and grime.
      • The trouble is that they are not rough or ‘warehousey’ enough.
      • Of course, she wasn't stupid - the rough engineer had worn protective gauntlets to shield her hands from the impact of the armor.
      • ‘Yes, he owns the saloon and has a rough crowd hanging around all the time,’ she explained.
      • He was rough, but not to the point where it actually hurt.
      • Mr. Woodhouse will be happy to have the boys temporarily under his care, because he thinks their father and uncle are too rough with them.
      • At our old house in Chicago I had hung out with a rough crowd.
      • As the Tavern continued to party, a table full of rough looking men stopped their discussion and looked up to where the fat cleric had his back to them.
      • Janet never abused Jamie, but she could be rough when she was drunk.
      • The hand that was so gentle with love before was now harsh and rough with lust.
      • Alex's first attempt to save his friend from the rough sex maniac went sour, but he's determined to try again regardless of the consequences.
      • A group of rough looking men sat around a fire, drinking and laughing heartily.
      • He was harsh and demanding, rough and wild and erotic.
      • Shannon's left eyebrow rose in speculation as Rogers fidgeted with the twin coffee mugs in his rough iron grip.
      • Unlike the kisses we shared in the past, this kiss was rough, hard, and I could smell and taste the alcohol on his breath.
      • All right, I understand that you've had a rough time, but there is no way you're finding out my past on these conditions.
      • She looked like she'd had a rough time, and there was a three-foot-thick solid wall a mile high around her heart.
      • If this was the explanation, then they could be in for a rough time.
      • It's true, we may have given him a rough time last night, but I assure you, it's what any normal person would've done.
      • Accompanying partners can have a rough time of it too.
      • He had a rough time with the bills piling up, the electricity and water going off sometimes when he least expected it.
      • She was having a rough time explaining to Scott that she was involved with someone, and that he needed to back off.
      • She was going to have a rough time with Wilson in the jungle for a year.
      • He had a rough time of it, but it was he who informed me of your capture.
      • If we rely on such counsel, if enhancing the national welfare depends on such, we are in for a rough time.
      • Admittedly they got off to a rough start, but she was a very casual person.
      • From the rough start at the beginning of the day, everything deteriorated.
      • Moreover, it was clear that a shy, sensitive boy like me was not fit to encounter the rough experience of a public school.
      • Cost overruns from the 1995 expansion made for a rough start in 1996.
      • Such a sharp change in input markets is bound to lead to a rough transition as producers try to adapt technology to the new price environment.
      • How many more people who he had never heard of before (and that happened to get off at rough starts) were they going to pick up?
      • From a rough start, he has proven adroit at managing these public moments.
      • Gideon and I had a rough start and it included many strange occurrences but we are happy and that is all that matters.
      • Maybe we'd had a rough start, but it didn't turn out half bad.
      • Once they decided where to start, the going was rough.
    • 2.2(ill)

      he feels a bit rough todayhoy no está muy bien

  • 3

    (not gentle)

    (child/game)brusco

    (neighborhood)peligroso

    you'll break the doll if you're too rough with itvas a romper la muñeca si no la tratas con más cuidado

    • she got a rough handling from her interviewerslos entrevistadores le tiraron a matar
    • we want a clean game, no rough stuffqueremos que jueguen limpio, nada de violencia
    • Kim thought for a moment and then remembered what Rosie had said about wanting her baby to grow up in a loving family and not on some rough London estate.
    • Living in a relatively rough part of town, I wasn't allowed out an awful lot.
    • It is a very rough place and rarely does anyone from this area go there.
    • Gonzalez, a Stanford University graduate, grew up in a rough part of the Bay Area.
    • The area they moved to was rough, and Troy was soon caught up in a bad crowd.
    • Our house was situated in a rough section of town that was now undergoing the early stages of gentrification.
    • Although not a particularly rough town it had its unruly inhabitants, as did all dock towns.
    • He spent many of his summer days in back-alley taverns that were too rough for the usual city folk to drink in.
  • 4

    • 4.1(crude, unpolished)

      (peasant)tosco

      (peasant)rudo

      a rough sketchun esbozo

      • a rough draftun borrador
      • all rough working must be shownse debe entregar todos los borradores
      • rough paperpapel de borrador
      • rough bookcuaderno de borrador
      • precious stones in their rough statepiedras preciosas en bruto
      • it was rough justiceel castigo fue duro pero justo / merecido
      • Yet delicacy is not defeated, and this ambiguity in Jansons's paint handling - is it rough or is it refined?
      • Ultimately this scheme has to do with the architects' pleasure in materials and light, and in juxtaposition of the rough and refined.
      • They spoke together in their own rough language for a while before Rastif brought Sanchen over to them.
      • Even though details are still rough, it's good to know that it placed so much thought into this masterpiece.
      • I wrote various rough drafts, too many of them sarcastic.
      • The book reads like a rough draft, not a polished book.
      • Each story comes off as a rough draft in need of polish.
      • When I am drawing, I use pencils for rough drafts and pens for final copies since it makes my drawings look more professional.
      • I'm writing something real interesting, maybe I'll lend you the rough draft.
      • He only did a rough draft, but he said he'd draw in all the fine details tomorrow.
      • As a working artist, when I look back on my early work I look at a rough draft of myself.
      • Woodward's book is just the first, very rough draft of that key time in America's history.
      • This is a rough draft of a story and therefore the continuity is messed up.
      • I performed a very rough draft to an invited Parliamentary audience.
      • Then, especially after I finally read the rough draft of the paper, I realized that was a pretty silly idea.
      • Now that I was getting somewhere, I took out another piece of paper to write my rough draft on.
      • Some manuscripts include rough and final drafts, and galley and page proofs.
      • Whoever drew them must have seen the two before, for the pictures were quite detailed, even for a rough sketch.
      • We started writing together when I approached her with an idea and a rough draft of a vampire script.
      • Firstly, the system is being developed online from 6 years of rough draft notes.
      • So, using the dividend yields seen during the 1998 crisis, rough target prices can be produced.
      • Conversely, the ‘performer’ will be able to generate a rough Labanotation score that can be refined by a notator.
      • While no fully unified vision emerged, the basic parameters of a rough consensus were forged during these years.
    • 4.2(approximate)

      (calculation/estimate/translation)aproximado

      can you give me a rough idea how much it'll cost?¿me puede dar más o menos una idea de lo que costará?

      • it would take six months, at a rough guesscalculo que llevaría unos seis meses más o menos / aproximadamente
      • We may perceive effects as real but they are in no way approaching even a rough approximation of reality and probably never will.
      • Based on a rough approximation of the time, probably he'd be eating - bran cereal and fresh juice, the same every morning.
      • In a rough approximation, it works the same way as lint, and lint's users will need very little time to understand how to use it.
      • I'm not quite sure where I'm going with this story, but I have a rough idea.
      • There is no exact figure of how many people actually lived on the Hundred of Farnham, but we can have a rough idea of how many died.
      • Here you get a very rough idea what the inside is going to look like.
      • I have a rough idea what kind of sight awaits beyond that door, but that still doesn't make me any keener to go out there.
      • I have a rough idea who, but I want to keep it a secret until I'm positive of the facts and evidence.
      • I normally have a rough idea as to how much money I need to pay out each month.
      • Having got a rough idea of how the coinage worked, we need to work out how much that was worth in modern terms.
      • When I had first started the story, I had a rough idea of where to go, but I guessed the story didn't turn out the way I had expected.
      • And more than a third of people said they either had no idea or only a rough idea how much interest they were paying on their debt.
      • At a rough guess, that would give use room for around 800 songs, which is still plenty.
      • Using a set of digital scales, I made a very rough measure and found that it required about 6.5kg of force to compress the spring.
      • A task, in common usability lingo, is a rough measure for a user activity.
      • A rough measure of self-citation may be found in the links to other, affiliated sites.
      • The number of patents can thus only be used as a rough measure of the innovative capacity of a country.
      • It is true that such rough measures of valuation are notoriously unreliable market timing tools, but they can be an indication of stock market risk.
      • This ratio is a rough measure of the operating leverage a company can achieve in the conduct of the operational part of its business.
      • Gerry threw the fifth empty can into the rough direction of the garbage can.

adverb

  • 1

    (violently)

    if he won't agree, they'll play it roughsi no acepta, se van a poner duros

noun

  • 1

    • 1.1(in golf)

      the roughel rough

    • 1.2(draft)

      borrador masculine

      in the roughen borrador

      • Behind the jar, a sketch pad is peopled with figurative roughs, historical drafts - the preliminaries of art and history, of cultural recognition.
      • Then I went into the mixing studio for six weeks and worked from 7.00 am to 8: 30 am doing the drawings and colour roughs.
      • Since most do not want to believe me, at a couple of random points during the semester, I will take one of the student's pinned-up roughs and wax poetic about various points and rationales.
      • They want something new every time, and heaven forbid you actually made a ‘good design’ on the first set of roughs.
      • I have roughs for about four or five more, including Oliver Twist and a couple of others I should be able to get to.
      • Some artists are willing and able to create roughs or prototypes to illustrate to a licensee just how well their work would suit products.
  • 2British

    (hooligan)

    matón masculine

    matona feminine

    gamberro masculineSpain

    gamberra feminineSpain

    • Exhausted, the roughs finally shaken off, at 1 a.m. the sweat-soaked, frightened, and bedraggled dandy hammered at the door of his last-hope refuge.
    • Two teams of roughs, clothed in only their union-suits, attempt to wrest the boar-skin from each other's possession.

transitive verb

  • 1

    to rough itpasar sin comodidades

Sours: https://www.lexico.com/en-es/translate/rough
GFRIEND ; Rough [Sub Español]

Dictionary English-Spanish

The materials used to ornament the

[...]

building are: stone on the ground floor, exposed tiling up to the

[...] second floor andarough texturein the rest of the façade.

balearsculturaltour.es

balearsculturaltour.es

Los materiales que utiliza en su ornamentación

[...]

son: la piedra en la planta baja, baldosa vista hasta la

[...] segunda planta y una textura rugosa en el resto de [...]

la fachada.

balearsculturaltour.es

balearsculturaltour.es

LG Hausys film for textured surfaces works best if the mortar joints are not more than about 1/8

[...]

inch deep, and are flush, concave or

[...] V-shaped. Excessiverough texture,excessively steep [...]

elevation change - such as Raked,

[...]

or an undercut profile - such as Weathered or Struck, generally provide challenging applications that may not have the results you desire.

vizuon.eu

vizuon.eu

La lámina LG Hausys para superficies texturadas trabaja mejor si las juntas de mortero no son más profundas que

[...]

1/8 pulgadas aprox. y son llanas,

[...] cóncavas o en V. La textura rugosa excesiva, cambio [...]

de elevación excesivamente empinado

[...]

- tales como incinado o un perfil socavado - tales como desgastado o siniestrado, proporciona generalmente aplicaciones desafiantes que no tienen los resultados que usted desea.

vizuon.eu

vizuon.eu

Moles with irregular edges,

[...] uneven coloring, orrough textureshould be examined [...]

by a dermatologist because they pose an

[...]

increased risk of skin cancer, but otherwise these discolorations are merely a cosmetic problem.

docshop.com

docshop.com

Los lunares de bordes irregulares,

[...] coloracn despareja o textura áspera deberían ser [...]

examinados por un dermatólogo, dado

[...]

que presentan un mayor riesgo de cáncer de piel.

docshop.com

docshop.com

It is structural concrete with ornamental and design

[...] purposes which provides a non-sliprough texture.

fym.es

fym.es

Hormigón estructural con finalidad ornamental y

[...] diseño, proporciona una textura rugosa antideslizante.

fym.es

fym.es

A veryrough texture,which may be made less [...]

rough by means of a regularising layer if that texture is incompatible with

[...]

thin-bed tile fixing or if it penalises adhesive consumption, particularly if an up-scale adhesive is involved

www3.ipc.org.es

www3.ipc.org.es

Que la textura sea muy rugosa, planteando la [...]

posibilidad de reducirla mediante una capa de regularización si esa textura

[...]

es incompatible con la colocación en capa fina o penaliza el consumo de adhesivo, sobre todo si es de gama alta

ipc.org.es

ipc.org.es

Some fixing surface is also adhered. In this case, the bonding material adhered to the tile

[...]

back includes remains of fixing surface

[...] material, normally witharough texture,which can be disaggregated [...]

by friction.

www3.ipc.org.es

www3.ipc.org.es

En este caso, el material de agarre adherido al reverso de la baldosa

[...]

incorpora restos del material de la superficie de colocación,

[...] normalmente con una textura rugosa y disgregable [...]

por fricción.

ipc.org.es

ipc.org.es

When they are subjected to aggressive cleaning or disinfection operations, or are attacked by highly concentrated chemicals or especially aggressive products, the result will be corrosion of the joint surface with

[...]

an ensuing loss of material, loss of abrasion and scratch resistance, and a more or

[...] less powdery state orrough texture.

www3.ipc.org.es

www3.ipc.org.es

Cuando se someten a operaciones agresivas de limpieza o desinfección, o son atacados por productos químicos en alta concentración o especialmente agresivos, el resultado será una corrosión de la superficie de la junta que se traducirá en pérdida

[...]

de material, pérdida de resistencia mecánica a la abrasión y rayado, y estado más o

[...] menos pulverulento o textura rugosa.

ipc.org.es

ipc.org.es

Covering Installation Guide / Defects and malfunctions in wall and floor tilings / Defects in tile-to-tile

[...] joints / Joints withrough texture

www3.ipc.org.es

www3.ipc.org.es

Guía de colocación de recubrimientos

[...]

/ Defectos y disfunciones en recubrimientos cerámicos / Defectos en las juntas de

[...] colocación / Juntas con textura rugosa

ipc.org.es

ipc.org.es

IPC :: Juntas con textura rugosa

ipc.org.es

ipc.org.es

Comedones are small, flesh-colored, white, or dark

[...] bumps that give skinarough texture.

nwchc.com

nwchc.com

Son protuberancias cutáneas pequeñas, blancas, oscuras o de color carne que

[...] dan a la piel una textura áspera.

nwchc.com

nwchc.com

Although most age spots are a harmless result of genetic

[...]

predisposition or sun exposure, any patches that have

[...] irregular edges orarough textureshould be examined [...]

by a dermatologist.

docshop.com

docshop.com

Si bien la mayoría de las manchas de envejecimiento son el resultado inocuo de la predisposición genética o la

[...]

exposición al sol, cualquier mancha que tenga

[...] bordes irregulares o textura áspera debea ser [...]

examinada por un dermatólogo.

docshop.com

docshop.com

By increasing skin and collagen production at a cellular level,

[...]

Retin-A can improve a wide range of adverse skin conditions, including signs of sun damage

[...] and aging, acne, andrough texture.

docshop.com

docshop.com

Al incrementar el proceso de regeneración de piel y colágeno a nivel celular, Retin-A puede mejorar

[...]

diversas afecciones cutáneas, incluidos los signos del daño por el sol y el

[...] envejecimiento, el acy la textura áspera.

docshop.com

docshop.com

The surface is first blasted with ROCATEC Pre primer to clean it and

[...] create a micro-retentiverough texture.

renfert.com

renfert.com

La superficie es prechorreada con ROCATECTM Pre, siendo por lo tanto purificada y recibiendo al

[...] mismo tiempo una aspereza microretentiva.

renfert.com

renfert.com

The distinctive,rough textureof honed or tumbled [...]

stone is a very popular aesthetic, but presents unique challenges for protection.

custombuildingproducts.net

custombuildingproducts.net

La textura áspera y particular de las piedras [...]

esmeriladas o pulidas en tambor ofrece una estética muy popular, pero presenta

[...]

dificultades especiales para su protección.

custombuildingproducts.net

custombuildingproducts.net

1. At the Hermitage - everyone

[...]

says - the discord produced by the facades of the historical

[...] building, their harsh andrough texture,their grey colour.

fms.it

fms.it

Uno: en el Hermitage es un clamor general, el disgusto que producen las fachadas del

[...] edifico histórico, su textura áspera, su color gris.

fms.it

fms.it

These three elements blend into a single volume, embodied in an object with a

[...] confusing scale andarough texture.

ondiseno.com

ondiseno.com

Estos tres elementos se funden en un solo volumen, concretándose en un objeto

[...] de escala confusa y textura rugosa.

ondiseno.com

ondiseno.com

They are formed by a cover of silicone,

[...] generally of 3 layers,rough texture,that prevents the [...]

formation of capsular contractures,

[...]

and come stuffed from silicone gel.

drrafaelcisneros.com

drrafaelcisneros.com

Están formados por una cubierta de silicona,

[...] generalmente de 3 capas, de textura rugosa, que previene la [...]

formación de contracturas capsulares,

[...]

y vienen rellenos de gel de silicona.

drrafaelcisneros.com

drrafaelcisneros.com

Therough textureof the brick is highlighted [...]

by the close proximity of the light source.

hunza.co.nz

hunza.co.nz

La áspera textura del ladrillo se realza [...]

por la cercana proximidad de la fuente de luz.

espana.hunza.co.nz

espana.hunza.co.nz

I'm referring to his latest works

[...]

that he produced in the 1980s, when the body becomes landscape

[...] and his classicalrough textureturns into a silkier one.

adriannavarro.com

adriannavarro.com

Es la obra que realiza en la década de 1980, cuando el cuerpo deviene

[...] paisaje y su clásica textura rugosa se transforma en [...]

otra más sedosa.

adriannavarro.com

adriannavarro.com

Witharough texturethatacts like [...]

anti-skid and a very elegant completion, so that he could enjoy moreover of the stay in his swimming pool.

alguacilpiedra.com

alguacilpiedra.com

Con una textura abujardada que actúe [...]

como antideslizante y una terminación muy cuidada, para que pueda disfrutar aún más de la estancia en su piscina.

alguacilpiedra.com

alguacilpiedra.com

Through this great showcase, the company from

[...]

Alicante will present its new marble product Blanco

[...] Altea, which offersarough texturemaking it perfect for [...]

outdoors.

levantina.com

levantina.com

Aprovechando este inmejorable escaparate, la empresa alicantina da a conocer su nuevo mármol

[...] Blanco Altea, cuya rugosa textura lo hace perfecto para [...]

exteriores.

levantina.com

levantina.com

The morphological and tactilerough textureof the rock holds [...]

the gaze.

bienaldecanarias.org

bienaldecanarias.org

Su rugosidad morfológicay táctil retiene [...]

la percepción.

bienaldecanarias.org

bienaldecanarias.org

The Medal shows a profile of Raoul Wallenberg embossed onarough texturewiththe legends "The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation" on its face and "A Heroe without a Grave"-"90th Anniversary of Raoul Wallenberg's birthday, 4 August 1912 -? [...]

on the reverse side.

raoulwallenberg.net

raoulwallenberg.net

En el frente de la medalla se aprecia el rostro grabado de Raoul Wallenberg y la leyenda "Fundación Internacional Raoul Wallenberg" . En el dorso se lee "Héroe sin tumba"-90º Aniversario del Nacimiento de Raoul Wallenberg -4 de agosto de 1912 - ?

raoulwallenberg.net

raoulwallenberg.net

2. The different nacre layers that

[...] are deposited havearough texturethatfavors the deposition [...]

of salts in the cavities,

[...]

this factor has influence in the final color of the pearl.

perlamia.com

perlamia.com

2. Las diferentes capas de nácar que se van

[...] depositando tienen una textura rugosa que favorece la [...]

deposición de sales en las cavidades,

[...]

este factor tiene influencia en el color final de la perla.

perlamia.com

perlamia.com

Quartz" is a somewhatrough texture,with no definite [...]

direction.

joseluisherraiz.com

joseluisherraiz.com

Cuarzo" es una textura algo rugosa, sin dirección definida.

joseluisherraiz.com

joseluisherraiz.com

Sours: https://www.linguee.com/english-spanish/translation/rough+texture.html

In spanish rough

rough

His stuff is pretty rough and not for the beginner.
Su materia es bastante áspera y no para el principiante.
Refine those characteristics which are more rough for the people.
Refine esas características que son más ásperas para la gente.
Look, the next couple of months are gonna be rough.
Mira, el próximo par de meses van a ser duros.
Well, must have been a rough time in his life.
Bueno, debió haber sido un mal momento en su vida.
The surf is very rough due to the strong currents.
El surf es muy áspera debido a las fuertes corrientes.
The 10 hectares of land are on a rough terrain.
Las 10 hectáreas de terreno están sobre un terreno áspero.
It's because Gloria said that my hands were too rough.
Es porque Gloria dijo que mis manos estaban muy ásperas.
Its rough nature is the perfect backdrop for sweet words.
Su naturaleza áspera es el escenario perfecto para dulces palabras.
Nokomis prays and blesses the food before the rough winter.
Nokomis reza y bendice la comida antes del duro invierno.
The sea is often rough sport ween Paros and Naxos.
El mar es a menudo áspero entre Paros y Naxos.
Sours: https://www.spanishdict.com/translate/rough
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