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obscene
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
obscene /ɔb'si:n/
  • tính từ
    • tục tĩu, tà dâm, khiêu dâm
      • obscene pictures: tranh khiêu dâm
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) bẩn thỉu, ghê gớm
Concise Dictionary
əb'sɪːn
adj.
+designed to incite to indecency or lust
+offensive to the mind
+suggestive of or tending to moral looseness

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 inelegant, improper, rude, impure, unchaste, shameless, shameful, indecent, immodest, off colour, indecorous, indelicate, risqué, vulgar, immoral, degenerate, amoral, dissolute, broad, suggestive, erotic, sensual, ribald, debauched, wanton, loose, libertine, bawdy, blue, scabrous, coarse, dirty, filthy, smutty, pornographic, libidinous, lewd, licentious, lecherous, lustful, goatish, carnal, ruttish, lascivious, filthy, salacious, prurient, disgusting, offensive, repulsive, foul, abominable, vile, loathsome, gross, foul-mouthed, scurrilous, scatological, vile, Literary Cyprian, Paphian, Fescennine, thersitical:
In the cinema business, 'adult' and 'obscene' seem to be synonyms.
2 evil, wicked, heinous, atrocious, awful, outrageous, repulsive, shocking, repellent, obnoxious, off-putting, objectionable, beastly, intolerable, insufferable, unpalatable, distasteful, nauseous, nauseating, sickening, execrable, despicable, nasty:
The obscene monster dashed the brave warriors to the rocks far below.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
1 connected with sex in a way that most people find offensive: obscene gestures / language / books + an obscene phone call (= made by sb saying obscene things)
2 extremely large in size or amount in a way that most people find unacceptable and offensive: He earns an obscene amount of money. + It's obscene to spend so much on food when millions are starving.
obscenely adverb: to behave obscenely + obscenely fat / rich
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

be, look | declare sth, deem sth, judge sth
The book was declared obscene.

ADV.

really | utterly | almost | allegedly


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