Definición de uncivilized en inglés:

uncivilized

Saltos de línea: un|civ¦il|ized
Pronunciación: /ʌnˈsɪvɪlʌɪzd
 
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(also uncivilised)

adjetivo

1(Of a place or people) not socially, culturally, or morally advanced: they pitied us for leaving the Smoke for such uncivilized remoteness children are basically uncivilized
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • But I think it is a necessary confrontation, a final break with the wild and uncivilized world from which Enkidu derives.
  • Well, of course it couldn't be the uncivilized place that some people say it is.
  • Surely, human life could not have started in those uncivilized places.
Sinónimos
uncouth, coarse, rough, boorish, vulgar, philistine, uneducated, uncultured, uncultivated, benighted, unsophisticated, unrefined, unpolished, ill-bred, ill-mannered, thuggish, loutish; barbaric, barbarian, barbarous, primitive, savage, wild, brutish, Neanderthal, in a state of nature
informal yobbish, slobbish
archaic rude
1.1Impolite; bad-mannered: forgive me for my apparent rudeness, it was most uncivilised of me
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Please don't be as uncivilized, thoughtless, and cruel as the monsters who committed these senseless acts.
  • High, bright windows shone at us when children; told us of the happy life of music in those houses where the girls stepped daintily and smiled at us, a joke we thought uncivilised and cruel.
  • This is to counter the dumb who don't think they are dumb, and are at the same time crude, uncivilised and unreasonable.

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