Definition of rough edges in English:

rough edges

Small imperfections: despite the clever programming, there are still a few rough edges to the system
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  • But for others it takes off the rough edges, it takes out all the excitement of a work by trying to make it more acceptable to an audience.
  • Radio can be good fun and tends to knock off the rough edges so that you can develop as a smoother performer, ready for your big break in front of the camera.
  • We live in a sanitized world, where spin and public image disinfects and sanitises any rough edges to our entertainment.
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