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obscene Saltos de línea: ob|scene
Pronunciación: /əbˈsiːn/

Definición de obscene en inglés:

adjetivo

1(Of the portrayal or description of sexual matters) offensive or disgusting by accepted standards of morality and decency: obscene jokes
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Mr Danby suggests rules which include deleting mail containing obscene, racist or offensive material.
  • Football chants are cruel, obscene, offensive, sometimes downright sick and often very funny.
  • They had already beaten up and name-called other boys from his school, and subjected girls to obscene sexual innuendo.
Sinónimos
pornographic, indecent, salacious, smutty, X-rated, lewd, rude, dirty, filthy, vulgar, foul, coarse, crude, gross, vile, nasty, disgusting, offensive, shameless, immoral, improper, immodest, impure, indecorous, indelicate, unwholesome, scabrous, off colour, lubricious, risqué, ribald, bawdy, suggestive, titillating, racy, erotic, carnal, sensual, sexy, lascivious, lecherous, licentious, libidinous, goatish, degenerate, depraved, amoral, debauched, dissolute, prurient;
informal blue, porn, porno, raunchy, sick
British informal near the knuckle, fruity, saucy
euphemistic adult
rare ithyphallic, Fescennine, Cyprian
1.1Offending against moral principles; repugnant: using animals' skins for fur coats is obscene
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If only she could express it without employing obscene moral parallels.
  • The obscene inequalities of wealth dividing rich and poor nations must be reduced.
  • The principal explanation lies in the obscene moral inversion of victim culture.
Sinónimos

Origen

Late 16th century: from French obscène or Latin obscaenus 'ill-omened or abominable'.

Más
  • The word obscene comes from Latin obscaenus ‘ill-omened or abominable’, a sense it could have into the 19th century. However, its primary sense in English has always been ‘offensive, indecent.’

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