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uncivilized
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
uncivilized /'ʌn'sivilaizd/
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Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 barbarous, savage, wild, uncultivated, barbarian, barbaric, crude, primitive, brutish:
He was an uncivilized man living in uncivilized surroundings.
2 unrefined, uncultured, uncouth, loutish, coarse, uneducated, untutored, unpolished, churlish, boorish, philistine, provincial, rough, rude, unlearned, ill-mannered, incondite, unmannerly, unsophisticated, inelegant, gross, gauche:
Anna's father forbade her to go out with the uncivilized boors in the nearby town.
Advanced English Dictionary
(BrE also uncivilised) adjective (disapproving)
1 (of people or their behaviour) not behaving in a way that is acceptable according to social or moral standards
2 (of people or places) not having developed a modern culture and way of life: I have worked in the wildest and most uncivilized parts of the world.
Antonym: CIVILIZED


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