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brusque (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive brusquely, Comparative brusque, Superlative most brusquely
Hyphenation:
brusque, comparative: brushless | ker, superlative: am brüs | kes | th
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: ['bʀʏsk], comparative: [' bʀʏskɐ], superlative: ['bʀʏskəstn̩]
Word meaning / definition:
1) showing a negative, unfriendly, abrupt attitude
2) Acting abruptly, without any warning
Origin of the term:
from the French synonymous expression brusque accepted
Synonyms:
1) negative, harsh, harsh, rough, raw, rude, harsh, tactless, unfriendly, impolite, surly
2) abruptly, suddenly, suddenly, unexpectedly, suddenly
Opposite words:
1) friendly, dear, nice, gentle, courteous
2) leisurely, slowly, sluggishly
Application examples:
1) "Be quiet!" Replied the strict teacher brusquely.
2) The stranger got up and turned brusquely around.
Typical word combinations:
1) ~ e answer, in ~ em tone, ~ e words, ~ reject

Translations


Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The US is mingling, according to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov brusquely in processes related to the Nord Stream 2 project.
Sputnik Germany, April 19, 2019

Mexico's demand that Spain and the Vatican apologize for conquering 500 years ago is made in Madrid brusquely rejected. There one refers to the brutality of the Aztec regime.
Welt.de, March 27, 2019

The EU Commission has the doubts of Federal Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer (CSU) about applicable limit values ​​for clean air brusquely rejected.
Focus Online, March 13, 2019

A contact group from European and Latin American countries wants to distribute humanitarian aid in Venezuela and work towards new elections. The authoritarian head of state Maduro rejects this brusquely from.
Spiegel Online, February 8, 2019

A woman found kittens in the woods near Friedland. The Sadelkow animal shelter turned her away. The Friedland office is supposed to be her brusquely have brushed off. The problem lies in an agreement that Friedland does not have with Sadelkow.
Nordkurier, October 10, 2018

Germany would to brusquely respond to Polish demands for reparations for World War II, the Greens said.
Contra Magazin, June 15, 2020

Media workers are criticized, even intimidated, from the left. Should you just do that brusquely deny? A current example from the USA shows: It is more complicated.
Die Zeit, November 14, 2019

Russia's president refuses to participate brusquely from. The murdered man was a criminal and should have been transferred to Russia.
TAZ, December 10, 2019

Don Pierangelo R. * (75) was just in the process of handing around 40 churchgoers the host when the parish police entered the Chiesa Collegiata in Bellinzona TI and the Sunday mass brusquely finished.
Blick Online, April 20, 2020

Iran's spiritual leader Khamenei has an offer of help from US President Trump in the coronavirus crisis brusquely rejected. The US is able to deliver a drug that could keep the virus alive.
Deutsche Welle, March 22, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Inflection brüsk - The declension of the adjective brüsk

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe brusqueof the brusquethe brusquethe brusque
Femininethe brusquethe brusquethe brusquethe brusque
neuterthe brusqueof the brusquethe brusquethe brusque
Pluralthe brusksthe brusquethe brusquethe brusks
indefinite article
Masculinea brusque oneone brusquea brusquea brusque
Femininea brusqueone brusqueone brusquea brusque
neutera brusque oneone brusquea brusquea brusque one
without article
Masculinebrusquebrusquebrusquelybrusque
Femininebrusquebrusquebrusquebrusque
neuterbrusquelybrusquebrusquelybrusquely
Pluralbrusquebrusquebrusquebrusque

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • repellent
  • perch: rough, coarse, tart; (in a figurative sense) regarding language, action: (unfriendly undertone sounding through) rough, (too) concise
  • grumpy (fig.): grumpy, grim
  • coarse: originally: unspoiled, strong; transferred from the 16th and beginning of the 17th century: firm, coarse or hard
  • boorish: in the manner of a flail, like a flail
  • brisk: energetic, briskly approaching
  • rough: related to materials: rough, uncut, unprocessed, impure of fabrics, surfaces and material, imprecise, fuzzy; in relation to measured and estimated values: not quite accurate, precise; related to people: awkward, clumsy, ill-educated, uneducated, peasant, violent; to a great extent
  • chunky
  • coarse: having a tall, strong, but clumsy figure
  • coarse
  • hantig (coll., Bavarian): Bavarian, Austrian: strongly bitter, tart taste; Bavarian, Austrian: of a violent, unfriendly kind
  • harsh (go.): hard, rough; Weather: rough, icy; Hair: shaggy; Veterinary medicine: describes a hard udder filled with milk; Language, action: rough, harsh, rough
  • hau-drauf-moderately (coll.)
  • in wild west manner (coll.)
  • abruptly: not responding to a conversation, which is often perceived as unfriendly by the interlocutor; limiting oneself to the bare essentials in a conversation; answer more succinctly than would be expected
  • wet research (walk): Colloquial, mostly pejorative: intentionally particularly energetic, dashing
  • not (especially) the fine English way (fig.)
  • puffy (coll.): for soil or similar materials with a tough, muddy to moist texture; for cheeky, rude, insulting remarks and such demeanor
  • rough: of surfaces: unsmoothed, unplaned; of landscape: inhospitable, barren; transferred: gruff, rowdy, raw
  • raubauzig (coll.): behaving according to a predatory owl
  • rough: like a coarse, but otherwise cordial person; in the manner of a rough leg
  • rough
  • snotty (coll.)
  • gruff: behaving roughly, unfriendly
  • rustic (coll., jokingly ironic): in the simple, rural style; derogatory: coarse, unplaned
  • rude: behaving roughly
  • rowdy: without demeanor, without manners, cheeky, like a bully
  • gruff: hard and unfriendly in behavior; steeply ascending or descending
  • charmless
  • filthy: so that it does not conform to the usual rules of good behavior or decency
  • unfriendly: in a dismissive way
  • ungalant: educational language, obsolete: (towards women) impolite
  • uncouth: Craft, technology: with uneven, unworked surface; transferred, derogatory: showing bad, awkward behavior, behavior towards others
  • unpolished
  • not polite: offending the manners
  • rudely: not at all gentle, but violently, roughly
  • unruly
  • uncivilized: without social etiquette, barbaric
  • not very gallant
  • like the ax in the forest
  • really: Mood condition: angry, excited

Another word (synonym) for brusque - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "brusque":

kaku: kaku (Indonesian) part of speech: adjective Word meaning / definition: 1) stiff (e.g. material) 2) brusque, rough, awkward, stiff (about a person) Examples of use: kaku (transcription) ...

rough: ... 2) indefinite, imprecise, fuzzy 3) dismissive, bad, abusive, abusive, gruff, bristly, brusque, nasty, hearty, coarse, despotic, drastic, nasty, imperious, violent ...

abruptly: torn off, brusquely, suddenly, nothing to me, nothing to you, suddenly, suddenly, unexpectedly, suddenly, overnight, incoherently Contrasting words: 1) gradually, leisurely, slowly Examples of use: 1) He abruptly ended his lecture and stormed out the door

from: ... up and down - back and forth, back and forth, up and down, now and then, now and then, now and then so brusquely off of it off his hat! Better arm off than arm on (proverb) ...

perch: concise Synonyms: 2) brusque, raw, rough, rough, harsh, scratchy Opposite words: 1) tender, gentle, lovely 2) friendly, gentle, nice, dear Application examples: 1) she drank harsh red wine


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most brusque (German) Part of speech: declined form Hyphenation: brüs | kes | tem Grammatical features: dative singular masculine ...

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brusque (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: brüs | kes | ter Grammatical features: nominative singular ...

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